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Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Sixty-Ninth Annual Session 

1996 

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Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Sixty-Ninth 
Annual Session 
1827 - 1996 

FIRST DAY SECOND DAY 

October 28, 1996 October 29, 1996 

WARSAW BAPTIST CHURCH KENANSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Co-Host - Calvary Baptist Church Co-Hosts - Peace & Alum Springs Baptist Churches 

THEME: 'ASSOCIATIONS: Dream Something New!" 
MODERATOR: Allen Overton CLERK: Ottis King 

NEXT ANNUAL MEETING 

First Day - Corinth Baptist Church - October 27, 1997 
(Teachy Baptist Church - Assisting) 
Second Day - Bear Marsh Baptist Church - October 28, 1997 
(Albertson Baptist Church - Assisting) 

ASSOCIATIONAL STAFF 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 
Location: 109 North Center Street 

Director of Missions - James H. Camp, 409 Pineview Road, Clinton, NC, 28328; 
(O) (910) 293-7077, 1-800-593-7077, (H) (910) 590-3592 

Mission Ministries Director - Phillip Shuford, 104 Stewart Ave., Clinton, NC 28328; 
(O) 910-293-7077, 1-800-593-7077, (H) 910-592-0405 

Secretary - Jo Robinson, 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton, NC, 28328 
(O) 1-800-593-7077, (910) 293-7077, (H) (910) 592-3044 



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EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, NC, 28398 
Telephones: 1-800-593-7077 - 910-293-7077 

Table of Contents 

Associational Directory 4 

Brotherhood Directors 11 

Chairman of Deacons 8 

Discipleship Training Directors 10 

Executive Board Representatives 6 

Missions Development Program Leaders 15 

Music Directors 11 

Pastors 4 

Sunday School Directors 9 

WMU Directors 12 

1997 Budget and Anticipated Income 41 

Church Contributions to EBA 40 

Historical Tables 47 

Map of Eastern Association. Center of Book 

Messengers to Annual Session 18 

Our Beloved Dead 23 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 19 

Reports: 

Associational Executive Board 30 

Brotherhood 25 

Church Extension Ministries Committee 38 

Committee on Committees 13 

Deaf Ministries Committee 33 

Discipleship Training 25 

Elwyn G. Murray, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Committee 30 

Hispanic Mission (Maranatha), Clinton, FBC 36 

Language Mission Ministries Committee 38 

Literacy Ministries Committee 39 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries Committee 39 

Missions Development Council 33 

Nominating Committee 1 

Ordination Committee 31 

Poston Baptist Church Deaf Mission 37 

Resolutions Committee 32 

Senior Adult Ministries Committee 37 

Sunday School 31 

Vacation Bible School 32 

Volunteer Chaplaincy Ministries Committee 39 

Woman's Missionary Union 27 

Woman's Missionary Union 87th Annual Session Minutes 26 

Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Baptist Association 46 

Statistical Tables 53 

Time, Place and Preacher Committee (See Proceedings) 22 

Treasurer's Report (as of September 30, 1996) 40 

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General Officers 



Moderator Allen Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3854 

(H) 910-592-3360 

Vice Moderator Bert Alabaster, P.O. Box 410, Kenansville 28349; (H) 910-296-0246 

Clerk Ottis King, 8565 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466; (C) 910-532-4210 

(H) 910-532-4528 

Associate Clerk Lucille Yancey, 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3080 

Treasurer Gary Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-8171 

(H) 910-592-5287 

Associate Treasurer Jo Robinson, 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-3044 

Trustees 

1997 - Michael Shook 609 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

(H) 910-564-2794 

1998 - Gene Hart P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-4311 

1999 - Joel Story 2600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-564-6061 

(H) 910-564-4848 



Denominational Representatives 

Baptist Children's Homes John A. Johnson, 115 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

(H) 910-293-4958 

Baptist Retirement Homes Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-4712 

Christian Higher Education Davis Benton, P.O. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; 



(C) 910-564-2343 
(H) 910-525-4319 

Baptist Foundation Tyanna Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; (H) 910-658-5223 

Baptist Hospital Gerald Quinn, 506 Lakeshore Dr., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-4579 

Biblical Recorder Millard Bounds, 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

(H) 910-289-2606 

Church Program Officers 

Church Music 

Director Jean Hatch, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 910-592-8124 

Assistants Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

(H) 910-592-3262 

Rhonda Lucas, 198 Carrie's Ln., Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-7938 



Brotherhood 



Director James W. Creech, 3912 NC 11 S., Wallace 28466; (C) 910-285-2439 

(H) 910-285-2476 

Baptist Men William Parsons, 1540 NC 50 S., Magnolia 28453; (C) 910-296-1473 

(H) 910-296-0840 

Challengers Wayne Caviness, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (C) 910-529-5201 

(H) 910-529-2531 

RA's John Brown, 318 Dixie R<±, Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7833 

Promise Keepers John West, 306 Northeast Blvd., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-590-2323 

Ukrainian Mission Paul Kennedy, 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; 910-267-1161 



Sunday School 

Director Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; (C) 910-296-1137 

(H) 910-296-0723 

VBS Director .....Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444-0021; (W) 910-532-4879 

(H) 910-532-2271 

Outreach/Evangelism Director 

Leader/Member Development Director 

Pastor Assist Director Jim Drake, P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 

(H) 910-293-7479 

Adult Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-590-3592 

Youth Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-4391 

(H) 910-285-3062 

Children: 

Older Beckie Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; (W) 910-298-3125 

(H) 910-296-0723 

Middle 

Younger Kathy Quinn, P.O. Box 864, Kenansville 28349-0864; (H) 910-296-0420 

Preschool 

Older Rhonda Lucas, 198 Carries Ln., Teachey 28464; (W) 800-827-9511 

(H) 910-285-7938 

Middle Sylvia Vestal, P.O. Box 810, Kenansville 28349-0810; (H) 910-296-0603 

Younger ...Beth Howard, P.O. Box 205, "Kenansville 28349-0205; (H) 910-296-1489 



Discipleship Training Supporter & Co-Supporter 

Ann Thigpen 108 Shields St., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-4153 (H) 910-592-5768 

Paul Kennedy 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-267-7191 (H) 910-267-1161 

BIBLE DRILL CO-ORDINATOR Jane Robinson, P.O. Box 13, Turkey 28393; 

(H) 910-592-6818 



Woman's Missionary Union 

WMU Director Mary Evelyn Wells, Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2691 

Assistant WMU Director Carolyn Drew, 175 Drew Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

910-293-7280 



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Secretary Lucille Yancey, 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3080 

Missions Growth Consultant Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-590-3592 

Assistant Missions Growth Consultant Lois Colwell, 206 Colwell Ln., Turkey 28393; 

910-533-3372 

Churchwide Missions Involvement Consultant Helen Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., 

Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Assistant Churchwide Missions Involvement Consultant Gail Whaley, 231 John Rich Rd., 

Warsaw 28398; 910-289-2145 

Women on Mission Consultant Brenda Matthis, 4988 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 

28328; 910-592-1660 

Assistant Women on Mission Consultant Cyndie Falatovich, 410 Beaverdam Dr., 

Clinton 28328; 910-592-8643 

Acteens Consultant Ann D. Byrd, 1568 Beautancus Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 

919-658-3987 

Assistant Acteens Consultant Kathy Bailey, 653 Shipp Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-533-3189 

Girls In Action Consultant Lynette Kennedy, 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; 

910-267-1161 

Assistant Girls In Action Consultant Sara Brown, 508 Nicholson St., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-6334 

Mission Friends Consultant Gail Millen, 1137 Bell Woods Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-7347 

Assistant Mission Friends Consultant Jane Robinson, Box 13, Turkey 28393; 

910-592-6818 

Ethnic/Language-Culture Consultant Florence Hoover, 340 Wilmington Hwy., 

Harrells 28444; 910-532-4336 

1996-97 Watchword: "For we are partners working together for God, and you are 
God's field. You are also God's building." (1 Corinthians 3:9 TEV) 

Area Consultants: 

Clinton Inez Peterson, 1051 Beulah Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4537 



Garland/Star Betty Sanderson, Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

Faison/Warsaw Mary Hester Powell, 609 N. Pine St., Warsaw 28398; 

910-293-4951 

Mount Olive Marjorie Garris, 1442 Old Mt. Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333; 

919-736-1825 

Wallace/Rose Hill Arline Rhodes, 3459 S. NC 41 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 

910-285-5254 



Church Regions: 

CLINTON: Beulah, Brown, Clinton First, Clinton Hispanic Mission (Maranatha), Grove 
Park, Hickory Grove, Immanuel, Mount Vernon, Piney Grove, Poplar Grove, Turkey, 
White Oak 

GARLAND/STAR: Center, Evergreen, Garland, Ingold, Mount Gilead, New Hope, Rowan, 

Serenity, Siloam, Union Grove, Wells Chapel 
FAISON/WARSAW: Calvary, Faison, Johnson, Kenansville, Warsaw, Beulaville 
MOUNT OLIVE: Albertson, Alum Springs, Bear Marsh, Calypso, Garner's Chapel, Mount 

Olive First, Peace, Mount Olive Hispanic Mission 
WALLACE/ROSE HILL: Concord, Corinth, Dobson Chapel, Island Creek, Magnolia, Pos- 

ton, Rose Hill, Sharon, Shiloh, Teachey 



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Associational Directory 

Ministers 



Albertson James W. Johnson, 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; (H) 910-285-4206 

Alum Springs J. Elwood Oliver, P.O. Box 549, Pink Hill 28572; (C) 919-658-2787 

(H) 919-568-3541 

Bear Marsh 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-6133 

Beulah Shelton Justice, 732 NC Hwy. 50 & 117, Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7534 

Beulaville Robert L. Hunter, Jr., P.O. Box 394, Beulaville 28518; (C) 910-298-3434 

(H) 910-298-4060 

Mary Thigpen, Minister of Music, 3740 East NC 24, Beulaville 28518; 

(H) 910-298-4498 

Brown Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough St., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-564-6060 

(H) 910-592-7156 

Calvary R. Graham Elmore, 110 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (W) 910-293-4040 

(H) 910-293-7458 

Calypso Greg Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; (H) 910-658-5223 

Center J. Albert Pope, 853 Beasleys Mill Rd., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-532-2118 

(H) 910-289-2755 

Clinton, First David S. Kolb, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124 

(H) 910-590-3650 



Jean Hatch, Minister of Music & Associate Pastor, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; 

(C) 910-592-8124 (H) 910-592-6215 
Pedro Bueno, Pastor, Maranatha Mission, 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 



(C) 910-596-0078 (H) 910-590-3390 

Concord 749 Wards Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-3718 

Corinth Larry King, 111 Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-4787 

(H) 910-289-3928 



Dobson Chapel William Parsons, 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia 28453; (C) 910-296-1473 

(H) 910-296-0840 

Emmanuel Spanish Mission Lawrence Otavola, 122 Currie St., Wallace 28466; 

(H) 910-285-5954 

Evergreen Kevin A. Purcell, 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

(C) 910-532-4757 (H) 910-532-2822 

Faison Paul Rose, 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (C) 910-267-5301 

(H) 919-658-4600 

Garland Wayne Caviness, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (C) 910-529-5201 

(H) 910-529-2531 

Garner's Chapel Tyanna Day, P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; (C) 919-658-8641 

(H) 919-658-5223 

Grove Park Michael Shook,609 Northeast Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

(H) 910-564-2794 

Anthony W. Westbrook, Minister of Youth, (H) 910-590-3252 
Stan I. Benton, Minister of Music,(H) 910-592-7680 

Hickory Grove Johnny Armstrong, 11455 U.S. 421 N., Clinton 28328; 

(C) 910-564-2591 (H) 910-564-2495 

Immanuel Allen Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3854 

(H) 910-592-3360 



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Ingold Dean A. Wood, 1579 Old U.S. 701 Hwy., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-529-4181 

Island Creek Millard Bounds, 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

(H) 910-289-2606 

Johnson Farrell Miller, 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4757 

(H) 910-293-4980 

Kenansville D. Gene Lakey, Jr., P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; 

(C) 910-296-1137 (H) 910-296-0723 

Magnolia P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453; (C) 910-289-2217 

(H) 910-289-2916 

Mount Gilead Lynn Bullock, 3921 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-6533 

Mount Olive, First Don Gordon, P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; (C) 919-658-2062 

Vicente Rangel, Pastor, Mision Monte Olivo, 1066 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mount Olive 

28365; (H) 919-658-0226 

Douglas Shenton, Minister of Education, 507-B W. Main St., Mount Olive 28365; 

(H)919-658-1623 

Mount Vernon Kenneth Benton, 3513 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-533-3164 



(H) 910-533-2251 

New Hope Ray Smith, 7310 Howard Rd., Autryville 28318; (C) 910-533-3417 

(H) 910-567-6230 

Peace Edgar Rouse, 303 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; (C) 919-658-8004 

(H) 910-293-2127 

Piney Grove Joel E. Story, 2600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-564-6061 

(H) 910-564-1161 

Poplar Grove Paul Kennedy, 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-267-7191 

(H) 910-267-1161 

Poston Jimmy Creech, 3912 NC US., Wallace 28466; (C) 910-285-2439 

(H) 910-285-2476 

Poston Deaf Mission Clessy Worley, 1238 N. NC Hwy. 41, Pink Hill 28572; 

910-285-9090 

Rose Hill Marlin Bowling, P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-2250 

(H) 910-289-3882 

Rowan 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-7508 

(H) 910-592-7268 

Serenity James O. Flowers, 1590 Ozzie Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-5234 

(H) 910-592-5686 

Sharon Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-4391 

(H) 910-285-3062 

Shiloh Dan Sellers, 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-2636 

(H) 910-285-7403 

Siloam Timothy G. Register, 833 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells 28444; 

.(C) 910-532-4077 (H) 910-532-4444 

Teachey Billy Howell, P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-2788 

Turkey Douglas Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393-0148; 

(C) 910-592-5562 (H) 910-592-2056 

Union Grove Tommy Bryan (Interim), 863 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-7000 



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Warsaw James E. Drake, P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 

(H) 910-293-7479 

Rigoberto Lopez, Pastor, Getsemani Mision, (H) 910-293-2080 

Wells Chapel Ottis L. King, 8565 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466 (C) 910-532-4210 

(H) 910-532-4528 

White Oak Davis Benton, P.O. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; (C) 910-564-2343 

(H) 910-525-4319 

Other Ordained Ministers 

Calvary Rev. Homer Baumgardner, 127 William Kalmar Rd., Faison 28341; 

910-293-7072 

Clinton Rev. James H. Camp, 409 Pine View Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-590-3592 

Rev. Mel Taylor, 312 E. Johnson St., Clinton 28328; 910-591-3211 

Evergreen Rev. Jasper Hinson, 485 Beulah Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2088 

Grove Park Rev. Billy Todd, 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 

Rev. James Parson, 1010 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1670 
Rev. Eddie Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2898 

Island Creek Rev. Harvey Blanton, 287 Murphy Store Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2639 

Mount Olive, First Rev. Gerald Garris, 1442 Old Mount Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333; 

919-736-1825 

Rose Hill Rev. A.R. Teachey. 702 Hall St., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3850 

Rowan Rev. Clyde Davis, P.O. Box 263, Clinton 28328; 910-592-5313 

Warsaw Rev. John A. Johnson, 115 E. Plank St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4958 

Rev. Mitchell Rivenbark, P.O. Box 463, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7496 

White Oak Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4712 

Rev. M.L. Haywood, 743 Tupelo Cir., Fayetteville 28301; 910-425-4919 



Representatives on Associational Executive Board 

Albertson Mr. Weldon Rouse, 3704 NC 111 & 903, Albertson 28508; 919-568-3289 

Mr. Nathan Kelly, P.O. Box 184, Albertson 28508; 919-658-3463 

Alum Springs Mr. Larry W. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3614 

Mr. Eugene Outlaw, 600 Scott's Store Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3458 

Bear Marsh Mr. Elbert Davis, 1569 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-2842 

Mr. Edison Pate, 285 Maysville School Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3624 

Beulah 

Brown Mr. Willie Hinson, Jr., 1390 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6233 

Mr. Steve Hulen, 75 Bucktown Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2017 

Calvary Mr. Robert Southerland, Hwy. 117 S., Warsaw 28398 

Calypso Mr. James Baker, P.O. Box 164, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4984 

Mr. Thomas Albritton, P.O. Box 245, Calypso 28325; 919-658-2602 

Center 

Clinton, First Mr. Cooper Howard, 403 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328; 919-592-3388 

Mr. Thurston Little, 1000 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3523 

Concord Mrs. Betty Usher, P.O. Box 237, Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2402 

Mr. Bill Usher, P.O. Box 237, Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2402 



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Corinth Mr. Price Knowles, 115 E. Main St., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3741 

Mr. James Kissner, 325 Earl Davis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3653 

Dobson Chapel Mr. Russell Brown, 373 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2228 

Mr. Jimmy Brown, 1020 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3463 

Evergreen Mr. Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 910-532-2271 

Mr. Dennis Davis, 2576 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-532-2102 

Faison Ms. Helen Britt, P.O. Box 212, Faison 28341; 910-267-3391 

Ms. Ladeane Little, P.O. Box 93, Faison 28341; 910-267-1230 

Garland Mr. Gene Hart, P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; 910-529-4311 

Mr. Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441; 910-529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Mr. Albert Britt, 1244 Garners Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3316 

Mr. Gary Rose, 1349 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3391 

Grove Park Rev. Eddie Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2898 

Mrs. Muriel Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2898 



Hickory Grove Mr. Larry Strickland, 1288 Rabbit Street Rd., Clinton 28328 

919-564-4593 

Mr. Gerald Strickland, 8397 N. US #421 Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6717 

Immanuel Mr. Billy Ellis, 1313 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7444 

Mr. John M. Owens, 97 Planters Walk Ln., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2636 

Ingold Mr. Bruce Ashford, Sr., P.O. Box 128, Garland 28441; 910-529-1560 

Mr. Bobby H. Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek Mr. Harvey Blanton, 287 Murphy Store Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2639 

Johnson Mr. Dennis Kirby, P.O. Box 475, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0031 

Mrs. Violette Phillips, P.O. Box 727, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-1038 

Kenansville Bart Smith, 1327 NC 24-50, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4483 

Henry West, 1289 NC 24-50, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7294 

Magnolia 

Mount Gilead Mr. Lonnie Bass, 926 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-4074 

Mr. Nathan Gay, 4900 Garland Hwy. Clinton 28328; 910-592-4846 



Mount Olive, First ....Mr. J.A. Jones, 407 W. Station St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3152 



Mr. Albert Landin, 310 W. College St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-9803 

Mount Vernon Mr. Tate Pope, 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3454 

Mr. Jimmy Quinn, 1135 Pine Lodge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3480 

New Hope Rev. Ray Smith, 7310 Howard Rd., Autryville 28318; 910-567-6230 

Mr. Raymond Blanchard, 3240 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3586 

Peace Mr. Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Mr. Kent Southerland, State Road 1306, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5178 

Piney Grove Mr. Frederick Thornton, 787 E. Darden Rd., Faison 28341; 

910-564-2188 

Poplar Grove Mr. Garland Britt, Lake Artesia Rd., Faison 28341 

Ms. Mary King, 740 Goshen Church Rd., Faison 28341; 910-267-2836 

Poston Charles Boney, 604 W. Steven St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2469 

Rose Hill 

Rowan Mr. Donald Pope, Box 411, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3437 



Mr. Frankie Baldwin, 2530 Old Warsaw Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6753 
Serenity 

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Sharon Mr. Troy Rhodes, 3459 S. NC 41 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-285-5254 

Mr. Ray Bourne Batchelor, Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-2587 

Shiloh Mr. Wilton F. Aycock, 109 Cypress Creek Rd., Chinquapin 28521; 

910-285-3833 

Mr. Joseph W. Alston, 5242 S. NC 50, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4555 

Siloam Mr. Robert O. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

Teachey Mr. Leland McGill, 108 N. Teachey Rd., Ext., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2360 

Mr. A.C. Kenan, 1207 N. Railroad St., Wallace 28466, 910-285-3291 

Turkey Mr. A.B. Carter, 32 Beulah Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3148 

Mr. Henry J. Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Union Grove Mr. Glenwood Fryar, 157 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8274 

Mr. Raeford Carter, Jr., 880 Kenneth Carter Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7222 

Warsaw John A. Johnson, 115 E. Plank St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4958 

Mr. James F. Strickland, P.O. Box 783, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4289 
Wells Chapel. ...Mr. Harry Hoover, 340 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4336 
Mr. Percy Carter, 1332 Rufus Wells Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-4997 

White Oak Mr. Kirtz Adams, 5424 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4951 

Mrs. Mary Alice Boney, 5680 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4504 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Albertson Mr. Weldon Rouse, 3704 NC 111 & 903 North, Albertson 28508; 

919-568-3289 

Alum Springs Mr. Larry W. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3614 

Bear Marsh Mr. Edison Pate, 285 Maysville School Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3624 

Beulah Milton Massey, 6424 Turkey Hwy. Turkey 28393; 910-592-6530 

Beulaville Howard Cottle, P.O. Box 636, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3085 

Brown Mr. Jimmy Carr, 4423 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Calvary Mr. Earl L. Rouse, 455 E. Dudley St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7963 

Calypso Mr. Ralph Joyner, White Oak Bridge Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4220 

Center Mr. Ray A. Cannon, 6141 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4552 

Clinton, First Mr. John West, 110 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5277 

Concord 

Corinth Mr. Jimmy Johnson, 320 Providence Church Rd., Teachey 28464; 

910-285-4293 

Dobson Chapel Mr. Russell Brown, 373 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2228 

Evergreen Mr. Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 910-532-2271 

Faison Mr. Glen Jernigan, P.O. Box 278, Faison 28341; 910-267-3861 

Garland 

Garner's Chapel Mr. Mark Best, 147 Willie Best Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3327 

Grove Park Mr. Cyrus Faircloth, 705 Cutchin St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6888 

Hickory Grove ...Mr. Mike Medlin, 3211 Bud Johnson Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6210 

Immanuel Mr. Charles Adams, 2905 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6517 

Ingold Mr. Bruce Ashford, Sr., P.O. Box 128, Garland 28441; 910-529-1560 

Island Creek Mr. Daniel Norris, 156 Raleigh Rd., Teachey 28464; 910-285-2757 

Johnson Mr. Dennis Kirby, P.O. Box 475, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0031 

Kenansville ....Mr. Bert Alabaster, P.O. Box 410, Kenansville 28349-0410; 910-296-0246 

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Magnolia Mr. Kenneth Baker, 269 Sheffield Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2313 

Mount Gilead Mr. Lonnie Bass, 926 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-4074 

Mount Olive, First Mr. Shelton Price, P.O. Box 732, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-9333 

Mount Vernon Mr. Daniel Wilson, 4671 Faison Hwy,, Clinton 28328; 910-533-3596 

New Hope Mr. Edward Colwell, 206 Colwell Ln., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3372 

Peace Mr. Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Piney Grove. ...Mr. Frederick Thornton, 787 E. Darden Rd., Faison 28341; 910-564-2188 

Poplar Grove Mr. Wilbert Massey, 3707 Lake Artesia Rd., Faison 28341; 

910-533-3721 

Poston Mr. Felton Baker, 141 Hunter St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-7612 

Rowan Mr. Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3437 

Serenity 

Sharon Mr. Earnie Gray, 2798 S. NC 41 & 50, Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-3704 

Shiloh Mr. David H. Maready, 4428 S. NC 50, Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-5480 

Siloam Mr. Robert O. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

Teachey Mr. R.C. Jenkins, 176 Page St., Teachey 28464; 910-285-3821 

Turkey Mr. David D. Hudson, Sr., 6890 Old Warsaw Rd., Turkey 28393; 

910-533-3259 

Union Grove Mr. Glenwood Fryar, 157 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8274 

Warsaw Mr. Russ Evans, P.O. Box 646, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7739 

Wells Chapel Mr. Jim Moody, 2241 Wallace Hwy, Wallace 28466; 910-532-4479 

White Oak Mr. Kirtz Adams, 5424 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4951 



Sunday School Directors 

Albertson Alyce P. Kelly, P.O. Box 184, Albertson 28508; 919-658-3463 

Alum Springs Wayland Southerland, 635 Bennets Bridge Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3752 

Bear Marsh Bobby Holland, 639 Maysville School Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4788 

Beulaville Wally Blizzard, P.O. Box 733, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-5202 

Beulah Jimmy Leggett, 217 Southwood Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-0246 

Brown Steve Hulen, 75 Bucktown Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2017 

Calvary John Casteen, 107 Britt St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2941 

Calypso Greg Wiggins, 105 Pineland Ave., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3467 

Center Ray A. Cannon, 6141 Harrells Hwy, Garland 28441; 910-532-4532 

Clinton, First Don Rabon, P.O. Box 248, Salemburg 28385; 910-525-5793 

Concord Gary Bell, 749 Wards Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

Corinth Warren Cavenaugh, 154 Frog Pond Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-5037 

Dobson Chapel Timmy Nethercutt, Hwy. 50 S., Magnolia 28453; 910-296-1685 

Evergreen ....Sherwood Johnson, 10980 Taylor's Bridg. Hwy, Magnolia 28453; 

910-532-2366 

Faison Glenn Jernigan, P.O. Box 278, Faison 28341; 910-267-3861 

Garland Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441; 910-529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Bernard Jones, 678 Jim Best Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4589 

Grove Park Lenettie H. Royal, 303 Dixie Cir., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6120 

Hickory Grove.... Larry Strickland, 1288 Rabbit Street Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4593 

Immanuel Paul Tippett, 203 Bradshaw St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4052 

Ingold Bobby H. Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

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Island Creek George Brown, 558 Island Creek R<±, Wallace 28466; 910-285-2540 

Johnson Ellen Bell, 235 Cy Cavenaugh Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-3194 

Kenansville Floyd Adams, RO. Box 1, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0509 

Magnolia Tommy Kissner, 116 W. Main St., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-3036 

Mount Gilead Byron Bass, 3808 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1666 

Mount Olive, First Brent Hood, 303 Bowden Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3020 

Mount Vernon Frank Gainey, 501-A Fulton St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-9584 

New Hope Esther F. Hines, 3850 New Hope Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 

910-533-3228 

Peace Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Piney Grove Dewitt King, 1248 E. Darden Rd., Faison 28341; 910-564-6697 

Poplar Grove Douglas Blackmon, 1276 Giddensville Rd., Faison 28341; 910-267-1001 

Poston Derrik Parker, 1011 Eastwood Dr., Wallace 28466 

Rose Hill 

Rowan Mike Ellis, 115 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7627 

Serenity John H. Carter, 1520 Ozzie Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7546 

Sharon Pat Norris, Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-4352 

Shiloh Kenneth J. Jarosewicz, 809 Cypress Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-285-3877 

Siloam Timothy L. Rose, 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-2021 

Teachey Robert Lucas, 198 Carrie Wells Ln., Teachey 28464; 910-285-7938 

Turkey David D. Hudson, 6890 Old Warsaw Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3259 

Union Grove Raeford Carter, Jr., 880 Kenneth Carter Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-7222 

Warsaw Hubert Merritt, 217 Elm St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4872 

Wells Chapel Kalton R. Newkirk, 8390 Willard Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-4547 

White Oak Jackie Dixon, 2330 Roseboro Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7691 



Discipleship Training Directors 



Dobson Chapel William Parsons, 1540 NC Hwy. 50 S., Magnolia 28453; 

910-296-6840 

Evergreen Kevin A. Purcell, 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-532-2822 

Garland J.T. Riley, P.O. Box 182, Garland 28441; 910-529-4941 

Grove Park Billy Todd, 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 

Immanuel Ann Thigpen, 108 Shields St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5768 

Kenansville D. Gene Lakey, Jr., P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0723 

Mount Gilead Lynn Bullock, 3949 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-6533 

Mount Olive, First Jerry Whaley, 4302 US 117 S. Alt., Dudley 28333; 919-736-2170 

Poston Dwayne Peterson, Hwy. 41, Wallace 28466 

Rowan Lucille Yancey, P.O. Box 711, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3080 

Turkey Mack Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; 910-592-2056 

Wells Chapel Billy W. Ivey, 115 Sunset St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4708 



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Music Directors 



Alum Springs Connie Jones, 1411 Tram Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4487 

Bear Marsh Ann Byrd, 1568 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 910-658-3987 

Beulaville Mary Thigpen, 3740 East NC 24, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-4498 

Brown Lua C. Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7156 

Calvary Russell Killette, George Garner Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7674 

Calypso Pam Riggle, 103 Dill St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5693 

Center Joyce Hudson, 1621 Belvin Maynard Rd., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4566 

Clinton, First Jean B. Hatch, 311 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6215 

Concord Sandra Boone, 2265 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3434 

Corinth Allene Knowles, 1091 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3454 

Dobson Chapel Janet Register, 2218 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-3367 

Evergreen Bob Purcell, 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-532-2822 

Garland Gene Hart, RO. Box 187, Garland 28441; 910-529-4311 

Grove Park Stan I. Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7680 

Hickory Grove Louise McLamb, 8300 Newton Grove Hwy., Dunn 28334; 

910-567-2162 

Immanuel Joanne Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3360 

Ingold Bobby Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek Johnny Norris, 284 Island Creek Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3210 

Johnson Terry Vernon, 1303 US Hwy. 117 S., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7132 

Kenansville Barbara Vestal, P.O. Box 235, Kenansville 28349-0235; 910-296-2035 

Magnolia Rita Brown 2231 S. US 117, Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2416 

Mount Gilead Karen Driskill, 167 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-8691 

Mount Vernon Leah Heath, 7857 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2012 

Piney Grove Ruth King, 1248 E. Darden Rd., Faison 28341; 910-564-6697 

Poston Billie Hanchey, 23 Stratton Place Apt., Wallace 28466 

Rowan 

Serenity Rose Strickland, 3327 N. US 421 Hwy., Clinton 28328 

Union Grove Roger Wells, 36 Cabbage Patch Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4213 

Wells Chapel Geraldine F Johnson, P.O. Box 146, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4908 

White Oak Sally Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4712 

Brotherhood Directors 

Alum Springs John Wheeler, 175 John Wheeler Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-9231 

Brown Jimmy Carr, 4423 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Clinton, First John West, 110 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5277 

Concord Gary Bell, 749 Wards Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

Dobson Chapel Eugene Nethercutt, 1144 S. Dobson Chapel Rd., Magnolia 28458; 

910-296-0635 

Evergreen Floyd Sutton, 607 Trinity Church Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-532-4905 

Faison C.J. Hobbs, P.O. Box 292, Faison 28341; 910-267-3131 

Garland Norwood Blackman, Garland 28441 

Grove Park James Parson, 1010 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1670 

Immanuel Charles Adams, 2905 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6517 



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Island Creek Kenneth Batchelor, 209 Garland King Rd., Teachey 28464; 

910-285-4404 

Johnson Farrell Miller, 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-296-4980 

Mount Gilead Darwin Millen, 1137 Bell Woods Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7347 

Mount Olive, First Larry Dean, 403 E. College St., Mt. Olive 28365; 910-658-9893 

Mount Vernon Marshall Falatovich, 410 Beaverdam Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-8643 

Piney Grove Brett Bailey, 653 Shipp Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3189 

Poston Terry Duff, Hwy. 41, Wallace 28466 

Rowan Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3437 

Sharon Troy Rhodes, 3459 S. NC 41, Wallace 28466; 910-285-5254 

Siloam Charles H. Murphy, 8321 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4533 

Turkey George A. Pinyatello, 351 Thompson Ave., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3293 

Union Grove Robert Andrasko, 8811 Garland Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1430 

Wells Chapel Billy Ivey, 105 Sunset St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4708 



WMU Directors 

Alum Springs Marie K. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3614 

Bear Marsh Beverly Hatch, 1173 NC Hwy. 403 W., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3595 

Brown Ann Peterson, 1230 Basstown Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2604 

Calypso Lucille Koszvlinski, 438 Albritton Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5132 

Center Leona Blackburn, 10305 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4460 

Clinton, First Donna Landes, 3851 Garland Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7947 

Concord Mary Lee Usher, 3386 S. NC 903 Hwy., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2681 

Corinth Linda Porter, 309 Williams-Taylors Creek Rd., Teachey 28464; 910-289-3602 

Dobson Chapel Betty Brown, 373 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2228 

Evergreen Daisy J. Chestnutt, 199 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Magnolia 28343; 

910-532-2632 

Faison Helen Britt, P.O. Box 212, Faison 28341; 910-267-3391 

Garland Judy Harrell, 15890 Garland Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-529-1237 

Garner's Chapel Kim Hicks, 169 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4355 

Grove Park Glenda Todd, 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 

Hickory Grove Carroll Armstrong, 11455 US 421 N. Clinton 28328; 910-564-2495 

Immanuel Faye Melson, 1408 Sunset Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3872 

Ingold Annette Matthis, 1713 Edmond Matthis Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3279 

Island Creek Kathaleen Caldwell, P.O. Box 293, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4537 

Johnson Mary E. Phillips, 322 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7536 

Kenansville Lorena Vestal, P.O. Box 263, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0554 

Magnolia Inez Rouse, 127 Sheffield Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2332 

Mision Monte Olivo Lallie Rangel, 1066 Garner Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-0226 

Mount Gilead Vonda Williams, 56 E. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-5564 

Mt. Olive, First Elizabeth Gordon, 103 Ridgecrest Cr., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-6293 

Mt. Vernon Gurley Quinn, 305 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3552 

New Hope Lillian Johnson, 5315 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3303 



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Piney Grove Emily Thornton, 3627 Governor Moore Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-533-3988 

Poplar Grove Wendy Massey, 11445 Keener Rd., Faison 28341; 910-533-3193 

Poston Glenda Brinson, 521 Forest Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-7109 

Rose Hill 

Rowan Emma Ann Chambers, 1982 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2373 

Serenity Patricia Carter, 1595 Ozzie Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3902 

Sharon Shirley Denton, 1449 Durwood Evans Rd., Beulaville 28518; 910-285-3484 

Siloam Mary M. Rose, 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-2021 

Teachey Willard Fussell, P.O. Box 1, Teachey 28464; 910-285-3180 

Turkey Lori P. Martin, 3215 Union School Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-592-9175 

Union Grove Brenda Saunders, 2501 Ezzell Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3557 

Warsaw Mary H. Powell, 609 N. Pine St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4951 

Wells Chapel Eunice E. Newkirk, 8530 Willard Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-4229 

White Oak Judy Boney, 5635 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5506 

Committee on Committees 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: 

1997 Millard Bounds 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2606 

1997 Bobby Hunter P.O. Box 394, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3434 

1998 Gary Bell 749 Ward Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-3974 

1998 James Best P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; (H) 919-658-4712 

1999 Michael Shook 609 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

(H) 910-564-2794 

1999 Gene Hart (Chairman) P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-4311 

MEDIA LIBRARY: 

1997 Mary Hester Powell 609 North Pine St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-4951 

1997 Edith Lee 503 Woodrow St., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-4484 

1998 Virginia Hines 104 Church St., P.O. Box 86, Calypso 28325; 919-658-5646 

1998 

1999 Ann Thigpen (Chairman) 108 Shield St., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-4153 

(H) 910-592-5768 

1999 Vivian Taylor 703 Walking Stick Tr., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-4153 

(H) 910-592-2522 

MINISTERS ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: 

1997 Dan Sellers 4601 S. NC Hwy. 50, Chinquapin 28521; (W) 910-289-3718 

(H) 910-285-7403 

1998 Graham Elmore (Chairman) 110 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (W) 910-293-4040 

(H) 910-283-7458 

1999 Frank Turner 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-564-6060 

(H) 910-592-7156 



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STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: 

1997 Brinson Vestal (Chairman) P.O. Box 810, Kenansville 28349; (H) 910-296-0603 

1997 Evelyn Shaver Box 486, Mount Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-3807 

1997 Larry King Ill Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-3928 

1997 David Kolb P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124 

1998 Graham Elmore 110 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (W) 910-293-4040 

1998 Greg Brown 1041 Stocking Head Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-3926 

1999 James (Jimmy) Johnson 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; (H) 919-285-4206 

1999 Mack Musselwhite P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; (C) 910-592-5562 

(H) 910-592-2056 

1999 James Ezzell 11360 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Magnolia 28453; (W) 910-532-4101 

(H) 910-532-4749 

EBA Treasurer Gary Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-8171 



CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 

1997 Mark Thomas P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-4391 

(H) 910-285-3062 

1998 Marlin Bowling P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-3882 

(H) 910-289-2250 

1999 Douglas Shenton (Chairman) 507 B Main St., Mount Olive 28365; 

(C) 919-658-2062 



HISTORICAL COMMITTEE: 

1997 Katie Johnson 413 Powell St., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-2296 

1998 Shelton Justice 732 NC 50 & US 17, Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7524 

1999 Gene Hart P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-4311 

ELWYN MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE: 

1997 James Johnson (Chairman) 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; 

(H) 910-285-4206 

1998 Greg Salmon 820 E. Church St., Rose Hill 28458; (W) 910-285-7200 

1999 Gerald Quinn P.O. Box 283, Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-4579 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 

1997 Davis Benton P.O. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; (C) 910-564-2343 

(H) 910-525-4319 

1998 Frank Turner 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-564-6060 

(H) 910-592-7156 

1999 Pedro Bueno 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-596-0078 

(H) 910-590-3390 



NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 

1997 Lynn Bullock (Chairman) 3921 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-6533 

1997 Farrell Miller 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4757 

(H) 910-293-4980 

1998 Larry W. Harper 1503 White Flash Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-3614 

1998 Billy Howell P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-2788 



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1999 Joel Story 2600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-564-6061 

(H) 910-564-4848 

1999 Robert Sanderson P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; (H) 910-532-4211 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: 

1997 Carroll Hobbs 502 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-2750 

1998 H.C. Allen 301 Dan Swinson Rd., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7029 

1999 Gary Bell 749 Ward Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-3874 



PROGRAM COMMITTEE: 

1997 Jim Drake(Chairman) P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 

(H) 910-293-7479 

1998 Don Gordon P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; (C) 919-658-2062 

1999 Lucille Yancey 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3080 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE: 

1997 Farrell Miller 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4757 

(H) 910-293-4980 

1997 James Elwood Oliver Box 131, Alum Springs Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 

(C) 919-658-3541 

1998 Aubrey Quakenbush (Chairman).... 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-4712 
1998 Paul Rose 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (C) 910-267-5301 



(H) 919-658-4600 

1999 Johnny Armstrong 11455 U.S. 421 N., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-564-2495 

1999 Wayne Caviness P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (C) 910-529-5201 

(H) 910-529-2531 



CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE: 

1997 Michael Shook 609 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

1998 Billy Todd 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3441 

1999 Kevin Purcell 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-532-4757 

(H) 910-532-2822 



Associational Missions Development Program 

Mission Ministries Director - Phillip Shuford, 104 Stewart Ave., 
Clinton 28328; Telephone (0) 1-800-593-7077, (H) 910-592-0405 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL: 

Director Tim Rose, 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; (W) 910-296-1851 

(H) 910-532-2021 

Brotherhood Representative Jimmy Creech, 3912 NC 11, Wallace 28466; 

(C) 910-285-2439 (H) 910-285-2476 

WMU Representative Helen Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393; 

(H) 910-533-3845 

Sunday School Representative Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349; 

(C) 910-296-1137 (H) 910-296-0723 

Promotion Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-590-3592 

Survey Director 



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I. DEAF MINISTRIES (5 Members): 

Alma Stoddard (1997) 4 Washington Cir., Wallace 28466; (H) 910-285-8409 

Ben Hilliard, Chairman (1998) E. Center St., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-3203 

Dan Sellers (1998) 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-2636 

(H) 910-285-7403 

Jackie Pope (1998) 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-533-3454 

Joan Bullock (1999) 3921 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-6533 

II. LITERACY COMMITTEE (3 Members): 

Sylvia Vestal (1997) P.O. Box 810, Kenansville 28349; (H) 910-296-0603 

Glenda Herring (1998) 117 Hubbard PI., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-1919 

(H) 910-592-3002 

Barb Purcell (1999) 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Road, Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-532-2822 

III. MENTALLY HANDICAPPED COMMITTEE (3 Members): 

Carol Todd (1997) P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; (H) 910-532-2271 

Michelle Reynolds (1998) 103 Finch St., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3457 

Margaret Musselwhite (1999) P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; (H) 910-592-2056 

IV. LANGUAGE MISSIONS MINISTRIES (6 Members + Language Pastors) 

Amy Johnson (1997) ....12425 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Magnolia 28453; (H) 910-532-4746 

Shelton Price (1997) P.O. Box 732, Mount Olive 28365; (W) 919-731-7950 

(H) 919-658-9333 

Clyde Davis, Chairman (1998) P.O. Box 263, Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-5313 

John Naylor (1998) 903 Walking Stick Tr., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-6244 

Graham Hood (1999) 215 Wilbur St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-3142 

Wayne Wilson (1999) 1674 Auctioneer Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-533-3364 

Pedro Bueno (Maranatha) 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-590-3390 

Vicente Rangel (Monte Olivo) 1066 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 

(H) 919-658-0226 

Rigoberto Lopez (Getsemani") 209 E. College St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-2080 

Lawrence Otavola (Emanuel Spanish Missions) 122 Currie St., Wallace 28466; 

910-285-5954 



V. SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (6 Members): 

Marjorie Garris (1997) 1442 Old Mt. Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333; (H) 919-736-1825 

Jane Kaleel (1997) 401 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-2043 

Blanche Casey, Chairman (1998) 130 Guy Ln., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3324 

Thurston Little (1998) 1000 Lake View Dr., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3523 

Jim Drake (1999) P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 

(H) 910-293-7479 

Ed Colwell (1999) 206 Colwell Ln., Turkey 28393; (H) 910-533-3372 

VI. VOLUNTEER CHAPLAINCY MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

Billy Howell (1997) P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-2788 

James W. Creech, Chairman (1998) 4121 S. NC 11 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 

(C) 910-285-2439 (H) 910-285-2476 
Chaplain Gerald Garris (1999) 1442 Old Mount Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333; 

(W) 919-934-8386 (H) 919-736-1825 



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VII. CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

Mary Rose, Chairman (1997) 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 

(W) 910-592-1961 (H) 910-532-2021 

Alice DeVane (1998) 633 Beasley R<±, Warsaw 28398; 910-289-3657 

Robert Hunter, Jr. (1999) P.O. Box 394, Beulaville 28518; (C) 910-298-3434 

(H) 910-298-4060 

VIII. INTERFAITH MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

William Parsons (1997) 1540 NC Hwy. 50 S., Magnolia 28453; (C) 910-296-1473 

(H) 910-296-0840 

David Kolb, Chairman (1998) P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124 

Don Gordon (1999) P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; (C) 919-658-2062 

IX. CHURCH EXTENSION MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (5 Members): 

James Best (1997) P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; (H) 919-658-4712 

Paul Kennedy, Chairman (1998) 890 Spencer Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-267-7191 

(H) 910-267-1161 

Paul Rose (1998) 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (C) 910-267-5301 

(H) 919-658-4600 

Ray Smith (1999) 7310 Howard Rd., Autryville 28318; (C) 910-533-3372 

(H) 910-567-6230 

Anthony Westbrook (1999) 605 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

X. RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (3 Members): 

Mack Musselwhite (1997) P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393 (C) 910-592-5562 

(H) 910-592-2056 

(1998) 

Johnny Bullard (1999) 2268 Union School Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-5229 

Mark Thomas, Chairman (1999) P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-4391 

XI. MEDICAL/DENTAL VAN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (5 Members): 

Penny Lockerman (1997) 708 Peterson St., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-2333 

Farrell Miller, Chairman (1997) 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

(C) 910-293-4757 (H) 910-293-4980 

Corazon Ngo (1998) P.O. Box 530, Kenansville 28349; (W) 910-296-1811 

Betty Rose (1998) 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-4600 

Rhonda Lucas (1999) 198 Carrie's Ln., Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-7938 

Ila Davis (1999) 112 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-532-2579 

XII. MULTIHOUSING MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (6 Members): 

Paul Tippett (1997) 203 Bradshaw St., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-4052 

Larry King (1997) Ill Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-3928 

James Johnson, Chairman (1998) 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; 

(H) 910-285-4206 

Greg Day (1998) P.O. Box 467, Calypso 28325; (C) 919-658-4631 

(H) 919-658-5223 

Edgar Rouse (1999) 303 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-2127 

Carolyn Drew (1999) 175 Drew Rd., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7280 



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Messengers 



ALBERTSON: Jimmy Johnson, Douglas Stroud 

ALUM SPRINGS: Elwood Oliver, Eugene Outlaw, Ruth Outlaw 

BEAR MARSH: Elbert Davis, Mrs. Elbert Davis, Arwilda Pate, Edison Pate 

BEULAH: Shelton Justice 

BROWN: Frank Turner, Lua Turner 

CALVARY: Ruth Byrd, Graham Elmore, Betty Elmore 

CALYPSO: Thomas Albritton, James Baker 

CLINTON, FIRST: Joyce Camp, Jean Hatch, David Kolb, Gary Rouse 
CORINTH: Larry King, Grace Knowles, Price Knowles, Ruth Knowles, Jean Wells 
DOBSON CHAPEL: Julia Brock, Betty Brown, William Parsons, Ruth Rouse, Kate 

Kilpatrick, Eugene Nethercutt 
EVERGREEN: M.W. Lane, Jr., Kevin Purcell, Berniece Rhodes, Jerry Todd 
FAISON: Helen Britt, R.M. Britt, Betty Rose, Paul Rose 

GARLAND: Wayne Caviness, Myrtis Dixon Rich, Pittman Rich, Mrs. Hosea Cain 
GARNER'S CHAPEL: Randall Albertson, Tyanna Day 

GROVE PARK: Alma Parson, Michael Shook, James Wells, Lora Wells, Eddie 

Wetherington, Muriel Wetherington, Jeanette Wiggs 
IMMANUEL: Jettie Caddis, M.E. Caddis, Allen Overton, Joanne Overton, Ann Thigpen 
ISLAND CREEK: Harvey Blanton, Millard Bounds, Doris Brown, Dollie Mae Southerland, 

Juanita Whaley, Margaret King 
JOHNSON: Betty Curtin, Katie Mae Kirby, Carol Miller, Farrell Miller 
KENANSVILLE: Edna Earle Brinson, Carole B. Johnson, Gene Lakey, Jane Stover, 

Barbara Vestal, Brinson Vestal, Mildred Matthis, Margaret Oakley 
MAGNOLIA: Charles Bowman, Susan Joyner, Herbert Lanier, Alma Martino, Inez Rouse 
MARANATHA: Pedro Bueno 

MOUNT GILEAD: Helen Ballance, Herbert Ballance, Lynn Bullock, Gertrude Powell, 
Nellie G. Rackley 

MT. OLIVE, FIRST: James Best, Cecil Columbus, Helen Columbus, Erma Goodson, 
Kenneth Goodson, Don Gordon, Eunice Landis, Douglas Shenton 

MT. VERNON: Milton Gainey, Delores Quinn, Gurley Quinn, Timothy Quinn, Lou Pearl 
Simmons, Evelyn Tew, Aubrey Quakenbush 

NEW HOPE: R.W. Blanchard, Jr., Lillian Johnson, Thelma Ware 

PEACE: Ed Rouse 

PINEY GROVE: Dewitt King, Joel Story, Teresa Story 
POPLAR GROVE: Paul Kennedy 
POSTON: Jimmy Creech, Mary P. Boney 

ROSE HILL: A.R. Teachey, Mildred Teachey, Essie Verner, Mary Evelyn Wells 

ROWAN: Donald Pope, Lillian Pope, Ralph Robinson, Leonard Yancey 

SHARON: Norma Batchelor, Raybourne Batchelor, Margaret Huffman, T.G. Huffman, 

Arline Rhodes, Troy Rhodes, Mark Thomas 
SHILOH: Wilton Aycock, Flonnie Hunter, Julia Lanier, Samuel Lanier 
SILOAM: Betty M. Sanderson, Robert Sanderson 

TEACHEY: Elwood Fussell, Willard Fussell, Billy Howell, Elwood Teachey, Katie Wells 
TURKEY: Minnie Andrews, Mack Musselwhite, Alene Pope, Henry Register 
UNION GROVE: Rodella Batts, Evelyn Fryar 

WARSAW: Jim Drake, Mary Hester Powell, Charles Taylor, Jewel Taylor, Carolyn Drew 



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WELLS CHAPEL: Hildred Dixon, Florence Hoover, Joan Ivey, Geraldine Johnson, Ottis 

King, Eurnice Newkirk 
WHITE OAK: Kirtz Adams, Davis Benton, Mary Alice Boney, Sallie Quakenbush 

Proceedings 

169th Annual Session 
of 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

DREAM SOMETHING NEW! 
FIRST DAY - October 28, 1996 - AFTERNOON SESSION 

1. Registration. 

2. Musical prelude, Mary Foster. 

3. Moderator Allen Overton called the session to order. 

4. Jim Drake, host pastor, greeted messengers and visitors. 

5. Messengers and visitors sang "Blessed by the Name." 

6. Wayne Caviness read from Joel 2:28-29 and led in prayer. 

7. Lucille Yancey gave the registration report: from 27 churches, there are 107 mes- 
sengers, 11 alternates and 10 visitors registered. 

8. Jim Drake made a motion to accept the Program Committee Report as printed, with 
any changes as deemed necessary by the Moderator. The motion was seconded and 
approved. 

9. A motion was made to elect Ottis King, Clerk, and Lucille Yancey, Associate Clerk. 
The motion was seconded and approved. 

10. Moderator Allen Overton made Committee Appointments: 

a. Memorials: Clyde Davis, Ch., James Parson and John A. Johnson. 

b. Resolutions: Davis Benton, Ch., James Creech and Jo Neal Robinson. 

c. Time, Place and Preacher: Joel Story, Ch., Mack Musselwhite and Frank Turner. 

11. Gary Rouse gave the Treasurer's Report and moved its adoption, which was seconded 
and approved. 

12. Miscellaneous Business: Ottis King, Clerk, presented the recommendation from the 
Executive Board that Beulaville Baptist Church be received under watchcare of the 
Association. The recommendation was seconded and carried by unanimous vote. 

13. James Best presented the Proposed 1997 Budget. 

14. Graham Elmore recognized new Ministers to the Association: 
Bill Parsons, Pastor, Dobson Chapel 

Ed Rouse, Pastor, Peace 
Kevin Purcell, Pastor, Evergreen 

Douglas Shelton, Minister of Education and Youth, Mt. Olive, First 
Mark Thomas, Pastor, Sharon, was presented later in the session. 

15. "Grest is thy Faithfulness" was sung by messengers and visitors. 

16. Social Service Institutions Reports: 

a. Baptist Retirement Homes - Aubrey Quakenbush 

William Stillerman of the Baptist Retirement Homes, spoke in regards to the min- 
istry of the Homes. 

b. Baptist Hospital - Jim Drake 

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c. Baptist Children's Homes - reference was made by the moderator. 
Each of these reports received a motion and second to approve, which motions car- 
ried. 

17. A brief recess was held. 

18. Messengers and visitors sang "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus." 

19. Kristie Blackman presented Special Music, "Nothing Shall Separate Me from the 
Blood of the Lamb." 

20. Agency Reports: 

a. Biblical Recorder/Christian Literature - Millard Bounds 

b. Christian Higher Education - Davis Benton 

c. Annuity Board - Eddie Weatherington 

d. Baptist Foundation - Jim Camp 

21. Talmadge Williams, Baptist State Convention, spoke in regards to the work and pro- 
visions of the Annuity Board. 

22. A motion was received, seconded and carried to receive the Agency Reports. 

23. Jim Camp presented the Missions Development Report, noting proposed Job 
Description for the position of Mission Ministries Director. The recommendation from the 
Missions Development Council was seconded and adopted. 

24. Pedro Bueno reported on the work of Mision Bautista Maranatha. 

25. Jim Drake gave instructions for the evening meal. 

26. Bill Parsons dismissed in prayer and gave grace for the evening meal. 

27. Messengers and visitors shared meal along with fellowship. 

28. A musical prelude was presented by Jean Hatch. 

29. Bert Alabaster, Vice Moderator, called the evening session to order. 

30. Ed Rouse read from Romans 12:1-8 and led in prayer. 

31. Allen Overton presented the Moderators Message, "Come Down from the mountain 
to where people are waiting to hear about Jesus." 

32. Jim Camp reported on the N.Y. Mission Trip and presented the Missions Challenge. 
We have the opportunity to send two mission teams to Trinadad to do VBS work. A pastor 
in Guatemala needs a VCR. 

33. The Offeratory Hymn, "Take My Live and Let it Be," was sung in preparation for the 
offering for Bill Lamb Youth Evangelism Trust. 

34. Allen Overton led the Oftertory Prayer. 

35. The offering was received. Later reports noted $267.50 was received. 

36. The EBA Choir presented special music, "Worship the King." 

37. Billy Howell read scripture from Acts 4:31-33 and led in prayer. 

38. The Annual Sermon, "The Grace of God," was preached by Millard Bounds. 

Paul would not get in the way of God's grace in his life. God's grace 
can change people to something greater. I believe in the grace of God as 
I have seen it in the lives of other saints. 

I believe in the grace of God because of what the Bible says about the 
grace of God. God is the source of Grace. Jesus is the means whereby 
God's grace comes to us. He does for us what we cannot do for ourselves. 
Grace is giving us what we do not deserve and saving us. Mercy is saving 
us from what we do deserve. 

God's grace enables us to live the Christian life. God's grace comes to 
wash away our sin and give us life. God cares for us and calls us to cast 
all our care upon Him. Come boldly to the throne of grace to find help in 
the hour of need. The Lord delivers man our of his afflictions. 



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God's grace is sufficient in life. God saved us that we may be His spe- 
cial own. Jesus has prepared a place for us to live in heaven. 

39. Messengers and visitors sang "Living for Jesus." 

40. Kevin Purcell pronounced the benediction. 

(Clerk's note: registration from 37 churches and missions, 130 messengers, 17 visi- 
tors, 2 BSC, 2 EBA staff, 9 Alternates, 2 non-EBA churches: total 162 registered.) 

NEW DREAMS IN CHURCH INVOLVEMENT 

SECOND DAY - OCTOBER 29, 1996 - TUESDAY MORNING 

1. A musical prelude was presented by Jean Hatch. 

2. Registration. 

3. Allen Overton, Moderator, called the meeting to order. 

4. Messengers and visitors sang "Oh, How I Love Jesus." 

5. Gene Lakey, host pastor, greeted messengers and visitors. 

6. Mark Thomas read Matthew 12:38-42 and led in prayer. 

7. Ottis King, Clerk, reported on the proceedings of the previous day. 

8. Lucille Yancey, Associate Clerk, gave the registration report: from 35 churches, 102 
messengers, 9 alternates and 27 visitors had registered. 

9. Messengers and visitors sang "Just a Closer Walk With Thee." 

10. Church Program Reports: 

a. Brotherhood - Karl Pittard 

b. Church Music - Jean Hatch 

c. Discipleship Training - Ann Thigpen 

d. Sunday School - Gene Lakey 

e. Woman's Missionary Union - Moderator presented report for Deanna Matthews. 
Following the reports, a motion and second were received and approved to receive the 

reports. 

11. Irma Duke, WMU, Baptist State Convetnion spoke of the work of the WMU and our 
work as Christians to win the world for Christ. We are to dream: 

a. new and different Women on Mission Groups. 

b. teach whole life stewardship. 

c. start a prayer ministry. 

d. start afterschool programs for children. 

12. James Best presented the Proposed Budget as a recommendation, which was sec- 
onded and approved. 

13. Report from Associational Committees: 

a. Ordination - Graham Elmore 

b. Media Library - Moderator presented written report for Jeff Murray. 

c. Murray Scholarship Trust - Tyanna Day 

A motion was received, seconded and approved to receive these reports. 

14. Messengers and visitors sang "Heaven Came Down." 

15. Adoption of Reports: 

a. Nominating Committee - Lynn Bullock 

b. Committee on Committees - Lynn Bullock 

Motions were made, seconded and approved to receive these reports. 

16. The hymn, "Because He Lives," was sung by messengers and visitors. 



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17. Davis Benton preached the Doctrinal Message, "The Baptist Faith and Message." 
Be careful what you say, people listen. Our faith and practice, the sole authority, is the 

Scriptures. Belief must be documented by the Word of God. 

The Scriptures are Gods Word through which He reveals Himself to man. God 
inspired man to write the Bible for us. 

God is the only God who revealed Himself as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 

Man is the creation of God, and was given the freedom of choice. Man is a soul that 
has a body. 

Salvation is God's way of bringing man into the right relationship with Him. Man has 
a desire to renew a relationship and fellowship with the father. Repentance is asking Christ 
to come into our lives. 

The church is that which Christ established. It is a place where people of like faith 
gather to worship. Jesus is the head and foundation of the church. If we don't make Christ 
the head of the church, people won't know what to believe and know how to function. 

Eschatology is the belief in the return of Christ. Man must be prepared. The dead in 
Christ will be raised first. Jesus will take to himself those who believe in Him. 

Stewardship is the responsibility for what belongs to another. All created things belong 
to God. We need to be dependable of what has been placed in our care. 

The sole authority for what we believe and do must come from the Old and New 
Testaments. Our profession must correspond with our actions. 

18. Report of Appointed Committees: 

a. Memorial Committee - Clyde Davis 

b. Resolutions Committee - Davis Benton 

c. Preacher, Time and Place - Joel Story 

The date and time are established in the Annual Reports. The Committee recom- 
mends Graham Elmore to preach the Annual Sermon with Gene Lakey as Alternate. 
Each report was presented as a motion, seconded and approved. 

19. The Moderator expressed appreciation to the people of the Association. 

20. Jim Camp, Director of Missions, presented and installed the new officers of the 
Association. 

21. Bobby Hunter pronounced the benediction. 

22. Lunch was enjoyed. 

(Clerk's note: registration from 37 churches and missions, 105 messengers, 9 alter- 
nates, 20 visitors, 1 BSC, 2 EBA staff, 1 non-EBA, 4 Watchcare church: registration 142.) 

Final registration, deleting duplicates: from 40 churches and missions, 163 Messengers 
and Alternates, 32 EBA visitors, 2 EBA staff, 3 BSC, 1 non-EBA church. Total enrollment: 
210. 




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Members Deceased During the Year 



ALBERTSON 

Mrs. Liza H. Stroud 

BEAR MARSH 

Mr. Bertice House 
Mrs. Annie Mae Walker 

BROWN 

Mr. Lee Austin Jordan 

CALVARY 

Mrs. Dolia Raynor 

CALYPSO 

Mrs. Kathaleen Stanley 

CENTER 

Mr. Norman Campfield, Deacon 

CLINTON, FIRST 

Mrs. Rosa Lee Camp 
Mrs. Billie C. Clark 
Mrs. Thelma Davis 
Mr. Bernice Gautier 
Ms. Joyce Jones 
Mr. King Jordan 
Ms. Burma Oliver 
Ms. Polly Poole 
Mr. Ira J. Robinson 
Mrs. Fannie Royal 
Mr. Willie Starling 
Ms. Lillie Sutton 

CONCORD 

Mr. Francis Usher, Deacon 
Mr. Earl Usher 
Mrs. Lillie Mae Holloman 
Mrs. Eva Drew 

CORINTH 

Mrs. Annie Lane 

DOBSON CHAPEL 

Mr. Melvin Bostic 

Mr. Sandy Carr, Deacon 

EVERGREEN 

Miss Sallie Allen 
Mrs. Florence Jones 



FAISON 

Mrs. Lela Ezzell 

Ms. Iris Brogden, Deacon 

GARLAND 

Ms. Esterline Carter 

Mr. Milton Carter, Deacon 

Mr. Sidney Rich 

Mr. Ventron Cannady 

GROVE PARK 

Mr. LB. Henley 

Mr. David Jones, Deacon 

Mr. Glen Warren 

HICKORY GROVE 

Mrs. Eva Pope Vann 
Mr. William Oscar Tew 

IMMANUEL 

Mr. Berry Britt 
Mr. William Gardner 
Mrs. Rossie Mattocks 
Miss Daisy Melson 
Mr. Thomas Merritt 
Mrs. Elma Pope 
Mr. Ted Pope 
Mrs. Ruth Puckett 
Mrs. Estelle Rackley 

ISLAND CREEK 

Mr. Edward Teachey 
Mr. Carlis Hanchey 
Mrs. Lacy Kelly 

JOHNSON 

Mrs. Lillie Catherine Boone 

KENANSVILLE 

Mr. Steve Kilpatrick 
Mr. John Matthis 
Mrs. Virginia Perry 

MAGNOLIA 

Mr. Hubert Rouse 

MT. GILEAD 

Ms. Frances Alphin 
Ms. Maxine Peterson 
Ms. Rachel McKenzie 



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MT. OLIVE, FIRST 

Ms. Ann Lee 

Ms. Inez Faison 

Mrs. E.J. Bundy 

Mrs. Ruth McLaurin Martin 

Miss Margaret Martin 

Mr. E.T. Ferrell, Jr. 

Mrs. Lottie Martin 

NEW HOPE 

Mr. Rudolph Corbett 

PINEY GROVE 

Mrs. Fonnie Thornton 
Mr. Hubert Thornton 

POPLAR GROVE 

Mr. Oscar Jackson, Deacon 
Mrs. Ernestine King 

POSTON 

Mr. Hugh Murray 
Mr. Lloyd Norris 
Ms. Cassie Reaves 

ROWAN 

Mrs. Madge Sutton 
Mr. Robert Merritt 
Mr. A.L. Evans 
Mrs. Mary Susan Pollock 
Mrs. Eula Mae Parker 
Mr. Felmon Merritt 
Mrs. Adelle Evans 

SHARON 

Mrs. Margaret James 
Mrs. Bessie Bradhlam 
Mr. Norwood Blanchard 
Mr. Charles Epley 

SHILOH 

Mrs. Elaine P. Dail 
Mr. Frank L. Taylor 



SILOAM 

Mrs. Margaret Mattews 
Mrs. Ezlee Maybnard 

TEACHEY 

Mr. Joseph J. Ward, Deacon 
TURKEY 

Mrs. Virginia Bundy 
Mrs. Lannie Calhoun 
Mrs. Ida H. Cottle 
Mrs. Janie D. Honeycutt 
Mr. Louie J. Powell 
Mrs. Nellie W. Simpson 

WARSAW 

Miss Nora Blackmore 
Ms. Nettie Blanchard 
Mr. Lester Brown 
Mr. Linwood Ezzell 
Mr. Percy Gavin 
Mrs. Louise Hinson 
Mr. James House 
Mrs. Lucille D. Rivenbark 

WELLS CHAPEL 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bland 

Mr. Bland Carr, Deacon 

Mr. Harvey Horrell, Sr. 

Mr. John W. Johnson, Deacon 

Mr. Henry L. Mathews, Sr. 

Miss Lori G. Moore 

Mr. George Newkirk 

WHITE OAK 

Mrs. Eunice W. Selby 
Mrs. Mary P. Faircloth 
Mrs. Hattie Crumpler 




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Discipleship Training Report 



The Discipleship Training Program of the Eastern Baptist Association provided the fol- 
lowing programs and activities during the 1995-96 Associational year: 

1. Sponsored "M Night," November 27, 1995, at Immanuel Baptist Church in Clinton. 
Rev. Dan Deaton, Director of Missions of the Little River Association, was the guest 
speaker. His topic was Spiritual Motivation. Corinth Baptist Church was recognized for 
having the largest increase in enrollment in the Discipleship Training Program. Immanuel 
was recognized with a gift of the book, Experiencing God, for having the most mem- 
bers present for "M Night." 

2. Sponsored the Deacon Leadership Conference on February 29, 1996, at Grove Park 
Baptist Church. Rev. Michael Simmons, Pastor of Buies Creek First Baptist Church, led 
the conference on "The Total Deacon." 

3. Sponsored the Doctrinal Study on March 7 & 14, 1996, at the Faison Baptist Church. 
The study, "Doctrine of the Church," was taught by Dr. Dean Martin, Professor of 
Religion and Philosophy, Campbell University, and Mr. Dean Beck, Director of Place- 
ment and Counseling, also of Campbell University. 

4. Conducted the Associational Bible Drill on March 30, at Warsaw Baptist Church. Forty- 
one children and youth from nine Eastern Baptist churches and one Wilmington church 
participated in the Drill. Thirty-eight of those participating advanced to the state drill. 

5. Purchased the youth version of Experiencing God on video tape for the Associational 
Media Center to be used by churches in the Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ann Thigpen 

Associational Discipleship Training Director 

Brotherhood Report 

The Brotherhood Council met four times and led in the following work for the principal 
purpose of "involving men and boys in missions." Each activity was accomplished with var- 
ious levels of success and should be evaluated for future use by those who experienced them. 

• A Brotherhood Council was developed : This development included a Promise 
Keepers Director, A Ukraine Partnership Director and specialties like recreation- 
al ministries. 

• A Ukraine Mission Group formed and was oriented by North Carolina Brother- 
hood trainers recently returned from the Ukraine. The group ministered to the 
Baptist Church of Chervonograd, Ukraine, July 22-August 5, 1995. This group 
carried medicines and building supplies valued at over $15,000. Four thousand 
dollars were carried for on-site construction. 

• Church Brotherhood Leadership Training was provided at Turkey Baptist Church 
on September 15. Two Associational Brotherhood leaders were trained at 
Caraway and toured the RA Camp. Another associational leader received training 
at Fort Caswell. 

• EBA men (3) participated in the Golf Retreat for ministers and laymen at 
Asheboro Country Club. 



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• A Brotherhood Rally was held at Poston Baptist Church the last Saturday in 
January, 1996. Exhibits on Campcraft, Medical/Dental Van, the Hispanic Band 
and numerous speakers (all local) all illustrated the involvements our local men 
and boys are already presently doing in missions. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Karl Pittard 

WMU Eighty-Seventh Annual Session Minutes 

The 87th Annual Session of Woman's Missionary Union, Eastern Baptist Association 
met Thursday, April 25, 1996, at Rose Hill Baptist Church, Rose Hill, North Carolina. 

Anita Cottle and Kim Salmon began our session with a musical prelude. Rev. Marlin 
Bowling welcomed the WMU Annual Session to Rose Hill Baptist Church. Jean Hatch led 
the congregation in singing, "Jesus Shall Reign." Mary Evelyn Wells led in a devotion from 
Luke 17 and the prayer calendar for the day. 

Carolyn Drew presented the "Woman of the Year" plaque to Louise Todd. 

Before singing "I'm Not Ashamed," Rhonda Lucua challenged us to be more involved 
in God's work because we never know what the Lord can do through us until we trust Him. 

Cyndie Falatovich introduced the afternoon speaker, Donice Harrod, NC WMU 
President. Mrs. Harrod challenged us to "Risk the Journey" in serving our Lord. She shared 
three parables that go together to talk about "risking." The parable of the Ten Virgins 
encourages us to be ready. The parable of the Talents encourages us to use the "gifts" God 
gave us. The parable of the Sheep and the Goats asks if we have love for the "least of these." 

After the benediction and blessing, the session adjourned for the evening meal. 

The evening session began with Deanna Matthews calling our session to order. She 
then recognized the pastors that were attending. Jean Hatch led the congregation in singing, 
"O Zion Haste." 

Brenda Matthis reported that 24 churches were represented and 157 were present for 
the 87th Annual Session. Mrs. Matthis also encouraged us to try to involve our younger 
women in WMU. 

The business consisted of the following: 

1 . The reading of the eighty-sixth session minutes. 

2. The reports of the various organizations were called to the attention of the group and 
all were encouraged to read the reports as presented in the program. 

3. Mrs. Matthews appointed a committee to review the constitution and bylaws. The 
committee members are Lucille Yancey, Elizabeth Gorden and Shirley Denton. 

4. An invitation was given to everyone to attend next year's Annual Session at Mount 
Gilead Church. 

5. The report of the Nominating Committee was accepted and the following officers, 
having been elected, were installed by Ms. Jeanette Walters, Missions Ministries Associate, 



NC WMU. 

WMU Director Mary Evelyn Wells 

Assistant Director Carolyn Drew 

Secretary Lucille Yancey 

Missions Growth Consultant Joyce Camp 

Assistant Missions Growth Consultant Lois Colwell 

Missions Involvement Consultant Helen Register 

Assistant Missions Involvement Consultant Gail Whaley 



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Women on Mission Consultant Brenda Matthis 

Assistant Women on Mission Consultant Cyndie Falatovich 

Acteen Consultant Ann D. Byrd 

Assistant Acteen Consultant Kathy Bailey 

Girls in Action Consultant Lynette Kennedy 

Assistant Girls in Action Consultant Sara Brown 

Mission Friends Consultant Gail Millen 

Assistant Mission Friends Consultant Jane Robinson 

Ethnic/Language-Culture Consultant Florence Hoover 

Assistant Ethnic/Language-Culture Consultant 

Age Level Consultants: 

Clinton Inez Peterson 

Garland/Star Betty Sanderson 

Faison/Warsaw Mary Hester Powell 

Mount Olive Margorie Garris 

Wallace/Rose Hill Arlene Rhodes 



Ms. Walters used Matthew 20:26-28 to encourage our officers to "mark well and boldly" 
the way for those who come after us. 

Mrs. Eunice Newkirk introduced our evening speakers, Rev. Lamar and Betsy Tribble, 
missionaries to Bolivia. They shared many interesting and informative things about how 
God used them and provided for them during their years as missionaries. 

Rev. Marlin Bowling, Pastor of Rose Hill Church, gave the benediction. 

Future hosts for the annual session listed in the program are: 



1997 Mount Gilead 

1998 Faison 

1999 Grove Park 

2000 Poston 

2001 Bear Marsh 

2002 Garland 



Respectfully submitted, 
Deanna Matthews, Director 
Joan Bullock, Secretary 

Woman's Missionary Union 

The Eastern Baptist Association Woman's Missionary Union began a new year on 
October 1, 1995. The 1995-1996 emphasis is "Risk The Journey." The watchword is "I will 
lead the blind by ways they have not known, along unfamiliar paths I will guide them; I will 
turn the darkness into light before them and make the rough places smooth. These things will 
I do, I will not forsake them" (Isa. 42:16, NIV). Using the watchword as a guide, WMU-ers can 
understand the unlimited opportunities for personal involvement in Gods continuing 
redemptive work in the world and can recognize that God has both a plan and a time for 
His work in the world and invites us to be a part of this plan. 



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On October 1, 1995, the Women on Mission of Wells Chapel Baptist Church celebrat- 
ed "A Place For You" in Women on Missions and discussed available options: Bible study, 
individual involvement, introductory new options, multifocus missions, prayer and spiritual 
development. Under the leadership of Carolyn Lintz and Evelyn Sandlin, Acteens Dana 
Sandlin and Michele Lintz were recognized with a certificate and a crown for their comple- 
tion of Level I StudiAct Queen Level. 

Plans were begun in October for a joint project - a Missions Expo between the 
Brotherhood Council and the WMU Leadership Team for booths to represent missions min- 
istries in our association to be set-up at the National Guard Armory in Warsaw, NC on 
Saturday, September 28, 1996. The public in the Eastern and neighboring associations is 
invited to explore and talk with us about our ministries. 

Two mission opportunities occurred in November. The Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 
was celebrated on 11-6-95. The theme - "Celebrate The Hope of Christ." The Foreign 
Mission Study occurred during November 19-22, 1995, by focusing on the theme "Reshaping 
Our World for the 21st Century." 

In November, Eastern WMU-ers sent $425 to the NC WMU for Christmas gifts for 
women inmates in North Carolina. Women at all four state correctional facilities had a 
brighter Christmas with a definite Christian witness because of our participation in this 
meaningful ministry. 

The Week of Prayer calls Southern Baptist Churches to concerted prayer for Foreign 
Missions and sacrificial giving to the Lottie Moon Christmas offering. "Reshaping Our New 
World View" was the theme for the Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions which was observed 
on December 3-10, 1995. The scripture came from Acts 10:1-35 (TEV) "Peter began to 
speak: 'I now realize that it is true that God treats everyone on the same basis. Whoever 
fears him and does what is right is acceptable to him, no matter what race he belongs to.' 
The selected hymns were "Lord, Thy Church on Earth Is Seeking" and "God of Grace and 
God of Glory." Also, in December, the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering was received. The 
National Goal was $100,000,000. This ministry develops and strengthens a missions pray- 
ing and missions giving lifestyle. 

"Wanted - Servants!" was the theme 100 women focused on at the January 13, 1996 
Prayer Retreat. Eastern Baptist Association Missions Development Promotion Director, Joyce 
Camp, lead the prayer focus about the Many Faces of Leadership, Ten Commandments of 
Communication for Successful Problem Solving, and self-evaluation in preparation for 
becoming and growing as a servant for Christ. A delicious meal of vegetable soup and sand- 
wiches was provided by the WMU ladies of Mt. Olive First Baptist Church. 

February 11-17, 1996 was "Focus on WMU Week." Project HELP: AIDS Risking Love 
and Compassion support materials were available as an emphasis for that week and through 
the remainder of the year. 

The Season of Home Missions, begun in 1994, is an umbrella term that covers the Home 
Mission Study, the Week of Prayer for Home Missions, the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering 
and Home Missions Day in Sunday School. 

On February 18-21, 1996, "Chaplains" was the topic of the Home Mission Study. The 
major areas of chaplaincy work are business, industrial, health care, military, institutional and 
unique ministries. Chaplains are right there in the world with the hurting people and they 
hear the cries for help. Chaplains are allowed to go where most of us can never go. They 
meet people most of us will never meet. They minister to needs most of us will never see. 

March 3-10, 1996 was the Week of Prayer for Home Missions. The theme "People 
Count" reflected the emphasis of the 1996 Season of Home Missions - people are the most 
important asset in missions. The scripture came from I Thessalonians 1:2-3 (NIV). "We always 



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thank God for all of you, mentioning you in our prayers. We continually remember before 
our God and Father your work produced by faith, your labor prompted by love, and your 
endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ." 

The Annie Armstrong Easter Offering National Goal was $42,000,000. Our gifts and 
financial support make it possible for unreached people throughout the United States to 
learn of Jesus Christ and to receive ministry in His name. 

On March 29-31, 1996, several Eastern Association WMU-ers attended the State WMU 
Annual Meeting called WMU Extravaganza at the Ridgecrest Conference Center. Special 
features included an AIDS message, bible study, theme interpretations, music, and training 
and special interest conferences relating to missions support, involvement, growth and edu- 
cation; strengthening WMU organizations; training/resourcing; age-level leadership; lan- 
guage WMU; and missionaries. 

BIG WMU CELEBRATION! The 87th WMU Annual Session was held on Thursday, 
April 25, 1996. The celebration was hosted by the WMU-ers at the Rose Hill Baptist 
Church. Donice Harrod, NC WMU President, was the speaker for the 5:00 P.M. session. A 
catered fellowship meal served at 6:00 P.M. was followed by a business session at 7:00 P.M. 
Speakers for the afternoon session were retired Foreign Missionaries, Rev. Lamar and Betsy 
Tribble. They spoke of their work and life with people in Bolivia. 

Officers for the 1996/1997 WMU Leadership Team of the Eastern Baptist Association 
were installed by Jeanette Walters, Missions Ministries Associate from the NC WMU 
Department. 

Additional information for you is that the total collected for the 1995 State Missions 
Offering was $1.58 million. This is a 9% increase over 1994. Remember to plan your pro- 
motion early for the 1996 offering because that offering will be even more vital to WMU 
than ever before. We. along with Baptist Men, will virtually get our entire support from the 
State Missions Offering . That offering supports vital ministries right here in North Carolina. 

The 1996 NC Missions Offering is scheduled for the week of September 8-15. The Goal 
is $2.02 million . Our NC WMU receives its entire budget from this offering. The offering 
offers help and hope to more than 3 million unchurched in our state. It helps to provide 
clothing for the naked, friendship for the imprisoned, shelter for the homeless, and spiritual 
and physical food for the hungry in our state. It provides witness and missions ministry train- 
ing to church members of all ages and it undergirds new church starts across our state. It 
also helps to support a myriad of ministries done through local Baptist associations and 
helps disaster victims pull their lives back together. 

A special feature to help with the Week of Prayer for NC Missions is a new PraverLine 
at the Baptist Building in Cary. Call that number, 1-800-395-5102. ext. 800 . From a touch- 
tone phone, the line may be accessed 24-hours-a-day. Access from a rotary phone will be 
during office hours, Monday - Friday, 8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. The prayer requests will be 
updated weekly unless an urgent need arises. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Deanna Matthews, WMU Director 



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Executive Board Report 



The Executive Board of the Association met in three regular meetings, January 18 at 
Concord and July 18 at Evergreen. Regular reports were made at each of these meetings. 

Highlights of the January meeting were announcements of the Baptist Men's Rally, the 
Evangelism Rally, and an update on the New York Mission trip and a team to Ukraine. A 
motion on the Ordination Committee was presented and referred to the next meeting. 

At the April meeting, the motion on the Ordination Committee was withdrawn. 
Cooperative Agreements for 1997 were nominated. Thirty-eight of those participating in 
Bible Drills advanced to the State level. Five of the nine members of the ASSISTeam are 
Special Workers for the Baptist State Convention. For the WMU, 825 boxes were prepared 
for shipping to North Korea. A total of $2,000.00 was designated for the New York Mission 
Trip. There is the possibility of a partnership with Mexico. 

At the July meeting the Moderator appointed the Committee on Committes, the Place 
and Preacher Committee, the Resolutions Committee, and the Memorials Committee. Amy 
Mathis reflected upon her three years with the EBA. She will be moving to New Mexico to 
a new position. Elwyn Murray Scholarship awardess were announced. The Nominating 
Committee presented nominations for key offices of the Association. Serenity is construct- 
ing a new building on US 701. An update of the New York Mission Trip was given. 
Beulaville Baptist Church petitioned to be received into the Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ottis L. King, Clerk 

Elwyn G. Murray, Jr. 
Memorial Scholarship Fund Report 

In the first year of its availability, the Elwyn G. Murray, Jr. Memorial Scholarship was 
awarded to seven college students. The recipients were Kayla Elizabeth Buckner, Rose Hill; 
Heather Dudzinski, First Baptist. Mount Olive; Michelle Rene Curtis, Clinton; Paul Kennedy, 
Poplar Grove, Faison; Christa Lakey, Kenansville; Sherri Martin, Albertson; and Julie 
Melissa Scott of Johnson in Warsaw. The scholarship amount per person was $150.00. To 
apply for a scholarship the student was required to fill out an application statement explain- 
ing their educational and career plans, and a description of their financial need. In addition, 
each applicant was requested to submit letters of recommendation from two persons, one 
academic and one from a church member. Each year scholarships will be awarded to mem- 
bers of EBA churches. Applications may be picked up at the EBA office. Anyone wishing to 
contribute to this scholarship fund may do so by contacting the office. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Tyanna Day, Committee Chairperson 



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Sunday School 1995-96 



During the 1995-96 Associational year, the Associational Sunday School Improvement 
and Support Team of the Eastern Baptist Association assisted churches in improving their 
Bible reaching-teaching by: 

1 . Conducting four (4) Association SS Training Schools across our association during the 
months of October and February. A total of 153 SS workers from 37 churches attend- 
ed. 

2. Sponsoring an Associational Winter Bible Study for Adults in January. Dr. Michael 
Cogdill of Campbell University was the teacher. Thirty persons from eight churches 
attended. 

3. Conducting an Associational Vacation Bible School Clinic in May. Fifty persons from 14 
churches attended. 

4. Providing personal consultation to churches on strengthening their Bible reaching-teach- 
ing ministry. 

5. Providing information, training and consultation during the Associational Key Leader- 
ship in August. 

6. Sending members of the ASSISTeam to various training conferences throughout the year 
in order to increase their knowledge and skills in the Bible teaching-reaching ministry of 
the church. 

A special word of thanks goes to each member of the ASSISTeam. These serve out of 
a dedication to Christ and His church and the desire to help the churches in our association 
do their best at reaching people for life-changing Bible study. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gene Lakey 

Ordination Committee Report 

The Ordination Committee of EBA met in the Association office on August 18, 1996 at 
3:00 P.M. for the purpose of examining Mr. Ed Rouse for the Gospel ministry. This was 
done at the request of Calvary Baptist Church of Warsaw. 

The candidate gave good answers to all questions and displayed good maturity for 
Christian service. 

The Committee voted for Calvary Baptist Church to proceed with the ordination. They 
offered prayer for the candicate and for Peace Baptist Church, to which he has been called 
for service. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Aubrey Quakenbush, Chairman 



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Vacation Bible School Report 

The Associational VBS Clinic was held May 2, 1996 at the Warsaw Baptist Church with 
50 people in attendance. 



Church 


Enrollment 


Avg. 
Attendance 


Prof. 
Faith 


Level 


Albertson 




(No VBS) 






Alum Sprinqs 


65 


62 




Standard 


Beulah 




(No VBS - no 


children) 


Brown 


48 


44 






Calvary 


77 


57 






Calypso 


81 


75 






Concord 


77 


65 




Standard 


Dobson Chapel 


86 


78 




Standard 


Faison 


72 


47 






Garland 


76 


63 






Garners Chapel 


55 


42 






Grove Park 


126 


99 




Standard 


Immanuel 


48 


45 






Ingold 


29 


28 






Island Creek 


43 


37 




Standard 


Johnson 




(No VBS) 






Kenansville 


38 


(Community - 


held @ 


Grove Presb. Church) 


Magnolia 


39 


26 




Standard 


Mount Gilead 


66 


55 


1 


Standard 


Piney Grove 


59 


54 




Standard 


Rose Hill 


86 


75 






Rowan 


117 


90% 


1 


Standard 


Sharon 


92 


79 






Shiloh 


96 


93 






Teachey 


39 


31 






Turkey 


59 


53 




Standard 


Warsaw 


28 


27 






Wells Chapel 


45 


32 


6 


(Christian Vocation) 


White Oak 


55 


43 




Standard 



MARANATHA HISPANIC MISSION: 1 BYBC + 4 BYBC conducted by visiting mission 
groups - an average of 20 persons in each group. 



Resolutions Committee Report 

Whereas we are indebted to various committees and inviduals for arranging and con- 
ducting the business of the 169th Session of the Eastern Baptist Association, be it resolved: 

1. That we express our appreciation to Moderator Allen Overton for his devoted lead- 
ership and for the officers of the EBA for their work throughout the past year. 

2. That we express our appreciation to the host churches, Warsaw Baptist Church with 
Calvary Baptist Church assisting, and to Kenansville Baptist Church, with Alum Springs 
Baptist Church and Peace Baptist Church, assisting, for graciously providing their facilities 
and the meals provided. 



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3. That we express our appreciation to the many churches that have hosted meetings 
and other events for the association throughout the past year. 

4. That we express our prayerful support for our Director of Missions, Rev. Jim Camp 
and his wife, Joyce, that we express our sincere gratitude for the outstanding contribution 
made by the entire staff of the Association to the ongoing work of the Eastern Baptist 
Association. 

5. That we express our appreciation to the various agencies, organizations, groups, and 
individuals who have graciously provided assistance to the people and churches of the 
Eastern Baptist Association following the recent hurricane. 

6. That we express our heartfelt thanks to the many volunteers who provide service, 
ministry, and materials to the Eastern Baptist Association in so many ways. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Davis Benton, James Creech, Jo Neal Robinson 

Missions Development Director's Report 

The Missions Development Council has been very busy this year and because each com- 
mittee does provide a report for the year's activities, I will not discuss that information in 
this report. 

This year has been an adjustment period for the council. A number of new committee 
chairpersons and members have started on the council this year. Thus, these committee are 
undergoing a process of adjustment to new leadership. Also, these new volunteers have 
brought many new and fresh ideas to the council. 

Another area in which the Missions Development Council has had to adjust is in the 
recent lost of Amy Mathis, Associational Missions Ministries Director. The many years of her 
service to the council have been most helpful and very much appreciated. As many of you 
know, the Missions Development Council prepared a going-away reception for Amy, which 
was held and well attended in July just before her departure for her new job. She will be 
missed. 

With Amy's departure, the council must now focus attention on the task of helping with 
the search for someone to fill this position. This will be a challenge that will need to be met 
with prayer. Please keep the Missions Development Council in your daily prayers as we seek 
to listen to and do God's will in this situation AND as we soon begin a new year. 

Regards, 
Tim Rose 

Deaf Ministry 

The Deaf Ministry of EBA is still centered around the Deaf Mission at Poston Church at 
Tin City. There have been no other churches in the association with a ministry to the Deaf. 
All churches are encouraged to become aware of any deaf people in their communities and 
if they can't minister to them, tell them about the ministry at Poston. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Boney 



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Maranatha Baptist Hispanic Mission 

Clinton, First Baptist Church 



Last year we closed our report with this quote from Matthew 16:18, "there will be tri- 
als and hard times, but the church of the Lord keeps on going." Today, we are so glad to 
say that this statement has been a reality in our mission in all its sense because it is true that 
it has not been easy, but our church has almost doubled in every department this year. 

Among the difficulties we had this year were some adjustments to some changes found 
necessary to make such as moving the worship service from Sunday P.M. to A.M., but all 
the changes have given us positive results. 

Our average attendance on Sunday is 76, membership is 29 and we are preparing a 
good group for baptism scheduled November 3, this year. Also, we continue to reach out 
for the lost through witnessing, doing Bible studies and weekly services in different homes 
and camps. This year we baptized 17 among which there are members from the Wallace 
mission. 

Last November we helped to start a mission in Elizabethtown and since then we have 
been leading it and this November one of our leaders is going to be ordained as its pastor. 
Also we are strongly helping in Wallace. 

We thank God for what He is doing in this mission and we pray that He continues to 
help us go and "make disciples of all nations" and help us be aware of our responsibility as 
Christians since "the harvest is plentiful and the workers are few." 

Please, don't forget to continue praying for us as we continue to do the Lord's word. 

We love you all and God bless you abundantly. 



Sincerely, 

Pedro Bueno, Mission Pastor 




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Poston Deaf Mission 



The month of October 1995 was designated as Deaf Awareness Month for the entire 
church - each Sunday night some accomplishment was made: 1 Sunday night, the film, 
When Silence Speaks , was shown. The film depicted the life of a deaf man and how he was 
won to Christ, and how dedicated he became after he gave his heart to Jesus. 

The annual banquet was held in November 1995 with Daniel Johnson as speaker. 
Stephanie Johnson, Daniel's wife, acted as song leader. There were 60 deaf people in atten- 
dance. 

Five deaf people attended TIC at Caraway in May. 

Ten people attended Bill Rice Ranch in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. This camp is geared 
to Deaf people and their needs - both physical and spiritual. They spent three days studying 
God's Word and fellowshipping with Christian friends; on the return trip they visited Opera 
Land Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. 

Our year has been fruitful and we are thankful for all of God's blessings. A Bible Study 
had been started and much interest is being shown. The book of Genesis is being taught. 

A Sign Language Class is being taught on Sundays from 6-7 P.M. 

Preparation is being made for the Annual Banquet to be held November 23, 1996 at 5 
P.M. Please pray for us. 

Clessie and Thil Worley are our Ministers to the Deaf. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Boney 

1995-1996 Senior Adult Ministry Report 

This past year has continued to be a time of growth and interest for the Senior Citizens 
of EBA. The Committee consists of Arlene Rhodes, Marjorie Garris, Jane Kaleel, Thurston 
Little and Blanche Casey. They have met regularly with Amy Mathis, Mission Ministry 
Director, and Rev. Jim Camp, Associational Director of Missions, to promote interest and 
encouragement. 

In October a group of Seniors attended the retreat at Caraway. It was an inspiring time 
with good messages, beautiful scenery and fellowship. 

In November a large group attended The Star of Bethlehem at the Planetarium in Chapel 
Hill. 

Senior Adult Rally was held in March at Warsaw Baptist Church with good attendance. 
Dr. Jim Drake, pastor of the host church, gave the welcome and devotional. Congregational 
singing was led by Rev. Joel Story. Special music was by Deanna Matthews, Lua Turner and 
the JJ Singers from Raleigh. The message was brought by Rev. David Moore, Director of 
Senior Adult and Single Adult Ministries for the NC Baptist State Convention. 

The annual picnic, scheduled for September, was canceled because most people were 
involved in the clean-up after Fran, the worst hurricane for this area, in years. 

We, as Senior Citizens, have been blessed. We thank each of you who have helped make 
these programs possible. May the ministry continue to grow! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Blanche Casey, Chairman 



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Church Extension Ministries Committee 



The Church Extension Ministries Committee is set aside to aid churches in the task of 
beginning and sponsoring "mission" churches. In the year of 1995-1996, the Committee 
met on several occasions. At these meetings, the possibilities and need to begin a new 
church was discussed. Within this discussion, the thoughts of what type of church was need- 
ed, whether it was to be traditional or contemporary, multiethnic, and so on. The next task 
was to decide what prospective area to focus on. To aid with all of these questions, the com- 
mittee sponsored a Pastor's Breakfast at Warsaw Baptist. At this meeting, the Committee 
talked at length with the pastors to gather their opinions. The Committee was very pleased 
with the results of the meeting. The decisions were then made to study a nearby Clinton area 
and a Mount Olive area and to study their demographics to evaluate the possibility of a new 
contemporary mission. The work was interrupted with the loss of two of the members due 
to relocation of ministry. It is the desire of the Committee for this work to continue this next 
year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Paul Kennedy, Chairman 

1995-1996 Language Missions Ministries Report 

The responsibility of the Language Missions Ministries Committee is to be informed of 
existing needs for ministry to persons who speak languages other than English and who live 
in the area served by Eastern Baptist Association; to suggest to the Association plans for 
specific forms of ministry, to provide guidance to persons who are assigned to lead these 
ministries, and to work closely with the Mission Ministry Director and the Missions 
Development Council. 

Due to the departure of the Missions Ministry Director, Amy Mathis, and illness in the 
family of the chairman of this committee; all of our hopes were not accomplished. However 
through the work of faithful volunteers an effective ministry was accomplished. We are espe- 
cially grateful to: Wayne Wilson for providing the location and promotion of the picnic for 
farm worker's in the western part of the association; to Rev. James Drake for effective ser- 
vice in the eastern area; and to the Woman's Missionary Union for providing food and ser- 
vice in both areas. 

Reports from the fine language churches and missions will give evidence of the effective 
ministry being provided by pastors and other leaders in these groups. However, we want to 
call attention to some of the evidence of their dedication and faithfulness. For example: 
Maranatha, under the leadership of Rev. Pedro Bueno, has a membership of 29 and the 
average attendance in Sunday School of 76. A good group will be baptized on November 
3. Mautista Monte Oliva is averaging 90 persons in worship while the membership is 70. 
They have outgrown their building and have broken ground in preparation for building a new 
place of worship. Under the leadership of Rigoberto Lopez the Warsaw Mission, Gestamoni, 
continues to grow to 42 members and good Sunday School attendance. Plans are in the 
making for another mission in the Rose Hill-Wallace area. Your committee is praying for the 
sponsoring churches and for a minister to lead this mission to bring the love of God to our 
Spanish neighbors. 

Respectively submitted, 
Clyde L. Davis, Sr. 



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Literacy Ministries Committee Report 

The Literacy Committee met at the scheduled times and made plans. English as a 
Second Language Workshop was held on April 13th and April 20th from 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. 
at the First Baptist Church, Clinton. Jeanette Walters was the tutor trainer for the workshop 
and trained eight persons. 

Literacy work is being carried on by the Committee and others. Pedro Bueno, pastor of 
the Maranatha Hispanic Mission, Clinton, teaches English to members of his congregation. 
Persons are being taught to read and write. 

This is still a very important part of missions and many still need help. We challenge you 
to become a part of this ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Florence Hoover 

Volunteer Chaplaincy Ministries 

The Volunteer Chaplaincy Ministries Committee met back in the summer and decided 
to send out a survey questionnaire concerning ministry to our area retirement/rest/nursing 
homes. Only several were returned; one identifying the particular home and contact people, 
the others with no name or identification. All mentioned devotional and religious services 
being conducted at the homes. There is a lot of good work being accomplished by our 
churches in the homes nearest to them. Celebrating birthdays, worship services, revivals, 
and just visiting are some of the ways churches are ministering to people in these homes. 
Each church has a very significant role in meeting the spiritual needs of our elderly who have 
given their lives and talents in serving God in our churches and association. Let's not forget 
them! If you are not currently ministering in this way, make this a prayer concern for the 
new year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jimmy Creech, Chairman 
Billy Howell, Harvey Blanton 

Mentally Handicapped Report 

When activities are held on an associational level, our plans include group homes (21), 
Heritage Care (9), Warsaw Skilled Creations (6), and individuals at home (6). Our group usu- 
ally totals 42 special people, plus workers. 

The annual Christmas party was held at First Baptist Church in Clinton again. This year, 
the event was held after the Christmas parade, with a soup and sandwich menu. Mrs. 
Connie Hardison led the group in Christmas carols before Mrs. Inez Peterson shared the 
Christmas story. Our party concluded with a birthday cake honoring baby Jesus. 

The Evergreen Brotherhood again invited the group to an Easter Brunch. Good food, 
beautiful decorations, joyous music was a perfect setting for a program of music, drawings, 
and stories presented by Mr. Noah Barefoot. 

In April, most of our group attended Spring Fling at Campbell University. All partic- 
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Attending Hapiness Retreat at Camp Caraway in August is the highlight of the year for 
most of our special people. This year, 37 campers and 10 chaperones had a grand time, 
thanks to your support and the $1,0000 provided by the Sampson County Association for 
the Handicapped. 

There are three Sunday School classes in the association for the mentally handicapped. 
Over the past year, there have been two professions of faith. 

If you know a mentally handicapped individual who needs to be included in our group 
of special people, please notify the committee or the Association office. 

Also, if you or your group can help with an activity, please contact the committee. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Pat Brown 



Church Contributions to Associational Missions 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 











Nine Months Ending 






1994 


1995 


09/30-96 


1. 


Albertson 


1,102.95 


1,133.72 


1,268.33 


2. 


Alum Springs 


900.00 


845.00 


765.00 


3. 


Bear Marsh 


600.00 


550.00 


400.00 


4. 


Beulah 


736.55 


729.18 


465.71 


5. 


Brown 


217.60 


200.00 


300.00 


6. 


Calvary 


1,573.95 


1,563.00 


1,016.00 


7. 


Calypso 


770.00 


955.00 


765.00 


8. 


Center 


650.81 


274.00 


-0- 


9. 


Clinton, FBC 


8,211.48 


9,379.64 


6,612.91 


10. 


Hispanic Miss. (C) 


359.70 


' 71.18 


131.44 


11. 


Concord 


1,169.41 


1,246.18 


812.12 


12. 


Corinth 


3,646.58 


3,571.66 


2,836.40 


13. 


Dobson Chapel 


2,349.98 


2,998.43 


1,769.82 


14. 


Evergreen 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


2,250.00 


15. 


Faison 


1,502.63 
3,053.53 


1,484.27 


1,340.05 


16. 


Garland 


2,995.89 


3,082.07 


17. 


Garner's Chapel 


1,375.00 


1,100.00 


500.00 


18. 


Grove Park 


4,981.46 


4,590.63 


3,312.76 


19. 


Hickory Grove 


1,100.00 


825.00 


825.00 


20. 


Immanuel 


1,767.54 


1,243.96 


964.30 


21. 


Ingold 


683.10 


200.00 


-0- 


22. 


Island Creek 


1,037.50 


900.00 


600.00 


23. 


Johnson 


2,254.10 


2,473.47 


1,570.46 


24. 


Kenansville 


6,701.83 


6,993.67 


6,058.96 


25. 


Magnolia 


791.84 


1,155.41 


858.67 


26. 


Mount Gilead 


3,773.00 


3,379.28 


1,000.00 


27. 


Mount Olive, FBC 


9,856.30 


7,908.28 


7,269.17 


28. 


Hispanic Ms-MO 


1,150.99 


1,748.72 


1,435.46 


29. 


Mount Vernon 


3,986.75 


4,387.41 


4,941.59 


30. 


New Hope 


1,000.00 


1,150.00 


1,150.00 



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31. 


Peace 




762.61 


605.40 


420.86 


32. 


Piney Grove 




676.00 


450.00 


525.00 


33. 


Poplar Grove 




480.00 


400.00 


440.00 


34. 


Poston 




4,003.70 


4,236.60 


3,168.34 


35. 


Rose Hill 




2,000.00 


2,000.00 


1,000.00 


36. 


Rowan 




2,194.74 


2,200.00 


1,800.00 


37. 


Serenity 




1,683.20 


500.00 


200.00 




(Established in 


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38. 


Sharon 




2,362.00 


2,379.54 


1,824.12 


39. 


Shiloh 




1,899.00 


1,819.00 


1,496.00 


40. 


Siloam 




1,200.00 


1,400.00 


1,600.00 


41. 


Teachey 




2,025.00 


2,000.00 


1,333.32 


42. 


Turkey 




2,718.97 


2,085.72 


1,354.13 


43. 


Union Grove 




535.00 


610.00 


600.00 


44. 


Warsaw 




5,643.90 


5,408.45 


4,377.10 


45. 


Hispanic Ms-W 




226.97 


452.03 


437.97 




(Established in 


1994) 








46. 


Wells Chapel 




2,264.41 


2,726.71 


1,628.31 


47. 


White Oak 




911.25 


900.00 


1,500.00 




TOTALS 




$100,391.33 


$97,726.43 


$78,106.37 



1997 Budget 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Anticipated Income 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1997 





1995 


1995 


1996 


1997 




BUDGET 


ACTUAL 


BUDGET 


BUDGET 


REVENUE: 










Church Contributions 


106,000 


96,241 


123,710 


122,195 


Baptist State Convention 










Cooperative Agreements 


24,550 


20,853 


24,650 


27,450 


Copier Fees 


150 


208 


150 


150 


Interest Revenue 


800 


2,231 


800 


1,000 


Churches - Special Gifts 


2,000 


453 


2,000 


2,000 


Individuals - Special Gifts 


500 


606 


500 


1,000 


Sales Tax Refund 


400 


92 


400 


400 


Hunger & Emergency Funds 




220 






Other Receipts 


1,200 


179 


1,200 




State Missions Offering 


1,500 


1,467 


1,500 


1,600 


Herman Coker Trust Fund 


100 


138 


100 


100 


John Flake Trust Fund 


250 


395 


300 


1,000 


Bill Lamb Trust Fund 








100 


Elwyn Murray Trust Fund 










Designated Funds 




9,556 






TOTAL REVENUES - 










ANTICIPATED INCOME 


137,450 


132,639 


155,310 


156,995 



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BUDGET 


ACTUAL 


BUDGET 


BUDGET 


Escrow and Designated Funds 










Mount Olive Anglo Mission 


11,600 




1 i cr\r\ 
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1 1 £AA 

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1995 Cooperative Agreements: 










(To be provided through the State Baptist Convention) 






Missions Ministries Staff Salary 


9,000 


8,940 


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Hispanic, Mt. Olive 


4,000 


4,008 




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Hispanic, Clinton 


2,000 


4,500 


2,000 


3,000 


Hispanic, Warsaw 


6,000 




6,000 


6,000 


Hispanic, Wallace - Rose Hill 








3,000 


Summer Missionaries 


2,000 


2,000 


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Seasonal Farmworkers Ministries 


800 


800 


800 


800 


Deaf Mission, Poston 


750 


605 


750 


750 


Total Cooperative Agreement Funds 


24,550 


20,853 


24,650 


27,450 


Anticipated Expenditures 






FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1997 






1995 


1995 


1996 


1997 




BUDGET 


ACTUAL 


BUDGET 


BUDGET 


PERSONNEL: 










DOM Salary 


17,500 


17,600 


18,600 


OA 1 AA 

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MMD Salaru 


19,800 


19,900 


20,400 


Or AAA 

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Secretary Salary 


11^500 


11^550 


11^850 


1 O CAA 

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DOM Housing 


11,000 


11,000 


11,000 


11,000 


DOM Annuity 


3,780 


4,456 


4,440 


r~ a Ar\ 

5,000 


MMD Annuity 


3,135 


3,536 


3,230 


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DOM SS Offset 


2,180 


2,180 


2,620 


O /" OA 

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SS MMD 


1,515 


1,511 


1,560 


1,915 


SS Secretary 


880 


785 


910 


960 


DOM Insurance 


6,550 


5,710 


7,000 


4,000 


DOM Travel 


4,800 


4,822 


5,000 


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5,500 


MMD Travel 


4,200 


2,817 


3,500 


3,500 


DOM Conference & Conventions 


1,000 


720 


1,000 


1,000 


MMD Conference & Conventions 


350 


500 


350 


350 


Secretary Conferences 


100 




100 


1 AA 

100 


TOTAL PERSONNEL 


88,290 


87,087 


91,560 


9o,U45 


ADMINISTRATION: 










Repairs 


600 




600 




Supplies 


2,500 


1,829 


2,500 


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Printing 


2,000 


1,453 


2,200 


O O AA 
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Postage 


2,200 


2,113 


2,500 


2,600 


Telephone 


2,500 


2,228 


2,500 


2,500 


Equipment Purchases 


2,000 


1,064 


2,000 


2,000 


Accounting & Legal 


1,200 


1,200 


1,200 


1,200 



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Association Minutes 


1,500 


1,352 


1,500 


1,600 


Building & Grounds Maintenance 


3,500 


2,963 


3,500 


4,800 


1 P C \7\ V 


400 


288 


400 


400 


Clerk Supplies 


25 




25 


50 


TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 


18,425 


14,490 


18,925 


20,550 


MISSIONS: 










Christian Social Ministries 


50 


- 


40 


40 


Hispanic, Clinton 


3,500 


6,011 


4,500 


5,000 


Hispanic, Mt. Olive 


7,500 


7,508 


7,100 


4,800 


Hispanic, Warsaw 


6,000 


- 


9,000 


9,000 


Hispanic, Wallace - Rose Hill 


- 


- 


- 


4,500 


Hunger Fund 


- 


612 


- 


- 


Emergency Fund 


- 


134 


- 


- 


Literacy Ministries 


600 


189 


600 


300 


Senior Adult Ministries 


800 


293 


940 


940 


Mentally Handicapped Ministries 


600 


620 


600 


600 


Missions Development Training 


65 


1 


50 


50 


Chaplaincy Ministries 


- 


- 


125 


125 


Interfaith Witness Ministries 


550 


80 


175 


175 


Church Extension Ministries 


25 


25 


- 


50 


Resort & Leisure Ministries 


475 


- 


430 


430 


Medical Dental Van 


700 


360 


750 




Op^f Minion Pn^tnn 


1,000 


800 


1,000 


1,000 


Multi-Housing Ministries 






200 


200 


TOTAL MISSIONS 


21,865 


16,633 


25,510 


27,210 


CHURCH DEVELOPMENT: 










Sunday School 


975 


1,197 


1,550 


2,000 


Discipleship Training 


1,150 


411 


1,050 


950 


WMU 


1,900 


1,545 


2,200 


2,435 


Brotherhood 


500 


393 


750 


750 


Music 


200 


- 


200 


200 


Evangelism 


1,500 


849 


4,865 


- 


Media Library 


500 


109 


500 


500 


Seminary Extension 


50 




50 


50 


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Key Leadership Training 


250 




200 


250 


TOTAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 


7,075 


4,504 


11,415 


7,185 


SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 








Salaries 


3,000 


3,000 


3,000 


2,000 


FICA 


230 


115 


230 


155 


Travel 


2,050 


1,188 


2,000 


2,000 


Meals 


800 


720 


800 


800 


Housing 


500 


500 


500 


500 


Speakers 


50 




50 


50 


Supplies 


300 


435 


300 


300 



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Film Rental 70 

Miscellaneous 200 
TOTAL SEASONAL 

FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 7,200 

OTHER MINISTRIES: 

Ministers Conferences 100 

Ministers Wives Conferences 50 

Annual Meeting 400 

Miscellaneous 300 

TOTAL OTHER MINISTRIES 850 



91 

258 



6,307 



50 
25 

1,902 
1,977 



70 
100 



7,050 



100 
50 
400 
300 
850 



TOTAL BUDGET 



143,705 130,998 155,310 



157,745 



Statement of Revenues & Expenses 

CASH BALANCE AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 1996 
EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



CHECKING ACCOUNT: 

General Fund 

Cooperative Funds: 
MMD Salary 
Seasonal Farmworkers 
Clinton Mission 
Mt. Olive Mission 
Warsaw Mission 
Poston Deaf Mission 

TOTAL COOPERATIVE FUNDS 

Designated Funds: 
General Designated 
Assn. SS Assistance Fund 

Hunger & Emergency Funds 

Trust Funds 
Coker Trust 
Flake Trust 
Lamb Trust 
Murray Trust 

TOTAL CHECKING BALANCE 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT 

General Fund 
Designated Fund 

TOTAL SAVINGS BALANCE 

INVESTMENTS 

TOTAL CASH 



$ (33.35) 
418.03 



567.50 



11,283.96 
294.57 



285.62 
822.15 
38.71 
(50.00) 



3,814.02 
11,600.00 



4,180.58 



952.18 



11,578.53 
1,234.70 



1,096.48 
19,042.47 



15,414.02 
22,228.81 
$56,685.30 



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1997 

1st Day *Corinth 

Teachey 
2nd Day • Bear Marsh 

Albertson 

1998 

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2nd Day *Immanuel 

Hickory Grove 

1999 

1st Day *Faison 

Calypso 

Poplar Grove 
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Ingold 

Center 

2000 

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Dobson Chapel 

2nd Day *Grove Park 
Brown 

2001 

1st Day *Clinton, First 
2nd Day *Beulaville 



2002 

1st Day Mt. Olive, First 
2nd Day *Mt. Gilead 
Union Grove 

2003 

1st Day *Siloam 

Evergreen 

2nd Day Turkey 
Beulah 
New Hope 

2004 

1st Day *Piney Grove 
Mount Vernon 

2nd Day *Sharon 
Shiloh 

2005 

1st Day * Rowan 

White Oak 

2nd Day *Poston 

Wells Chapel 

2006 

1st Day * Warsaw 

Calvary 
2nd Day *Kenansville 

Alum Springs 

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The 1996 Minute Book 
of the 

Eastern Baptist Association 
is concluded with the following 
Statistical Tables 
for your further information 
and reference. 

Table A - Church Membership and Other Information 
Table B - Sunday School 
Table C - Discipleship Training 
Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union and Brotherhood 
Table F - Financial Information 
Table G - Mission Expenditures 
Table H - Special Items 
Table I - Mission Information 



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MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 



1- Year Organized 

2- Year Pastor Came 

3- Church Location Code 

1- Open Country Medium City Large City 

2- Village 5-Downtown 8-Downtow 

3- Town 6-Neighborhood 9-Neighbo 

4- Small City 7-Suburbs O-Suburbs 

4- Racial/Ethnic Group (1-28) 

5 - TOTAL BAPTISMS 
a-Baptisms Under 6 
b-Baptisms Age 6-8 
c-Baptisms Age 9-11 



Church County 1 2 3 4 5 5a 5b 5c 



Albertson DUPLIN 1916 1986 2 01 

ALUM SPRINGS Duplin 1902 1993 1 01 

BEAR MARSH Duplin 1763 1 01 

BEULAH Sampson 

BROWN Sampson 1778 1986 1 01 2 



CALVARY Duplin 1959 1990 4 01 5 10 

CALYPSO Duplin 1908 1989 3 01 5 

CENTER Sampson 1905 1986 1 01 4 1 

Clinton, First Sampsosn 1854 1994 4 01 16 1 6 

CONCORD Duplin 1825 1 01 0* 



CORINTH Duplin 1853 1992 1 01 2 

DOBSON CHAPEL Duplin 1864 1996 1 01 

Evergreen Sampson 6 11 

FAISON Duplin 1885 1992 3 01 3 

GARLAND Sampson 1867 1995 1 01 2 1 



GARNER'S CHAPEL Duplin 1926 1992 1 01 2 

Grove Park Sampson 1954 1992 4 01 11 2 3 

HICKORY GROVE Sampson 1889 1986 1 01 2 

Immanuel Sampson 1956 1988 4 01 4 1 

INGOLD Sampson 1929 1995 2 01 10 



ISLAND CREEK Duplin 1802 1988 1 01 10 

JOHNSON Duplin 1795 1995 1 01 

Kenansville Duplin 1837 1987 3 01 10 1 1 

MAGNOLIA Duplin 1835 1993 3 01 

MISION MONTE OLIVO Duplin 1990 1 03 17 



MOUNT GILEAD Sampson 1834 1989 1 01 6 4 

MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST Wayne 1863 1995 4 01 6 3 

MOUNT VERNON Sampson 1910 1992 1 01 9 6 1 

New Hope Sampson 1817 1993 1 01 

PEACE Duplin 1989 1996 3 01 10 

PINEY GROVE Sampson 1944 1995 1 01 9 1 

POPLAR GROVE Sampson 1880 1993 1 01 



POSTON Duplin 1958 1995 1 01 6 3 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN Sampson 1749 1 01 10 

SERENITY Sampson 1992 1995 1 01 13 1 1 

SHARON Duplin 1860 1996 1 01 2 1 



Shiloh Duplin 1940 1994 1 01 10 

SILOAM Sampson 1887 1981 1 01 

TEACHEY Duplin 1885 1995 1 01 3 

Turkey Sampson 1908 1984 2 01 

UNION GROVE Sampson 1914 1 01 



Warsaw Duplin 1856 1991 4 01 5 

Wells Chapel Duplin 1756 1985 1 01 2 

WHITE OAK Sampson 1847 1994 1 01 3 



TOTALS 160 13 28 



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For 1995-96 Associational Year 



d-Baptisms Age 12-17 
e-Baptisms Age 18-29 
f-Baptisms Age 30-59 
g-Baptisms Age 60 & Up 

6- College Student Baptisms 

7- Other Additions 

8- Members Lost 

9- Total Membership 
a-Resident Members 
b-Nonresident Members 

10- New Member Training 



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216 


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216 


133 


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56 





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SUNDAY SCHOOL INFORMATION 



11-Total SS Enrollment 
a-Preschool Birth 
ASSOCIATION b-Children 6-11 

EASTERN BAPT ASSN c-Youth 12-17 

d-Adults 18-24 
e-Adults 25-34 

STATE f-Adults 35-54 

North Carolina g-Adults 55 & Up 

h-Special Education 



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18 


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76 


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490 


47 


62 


47 


29 


52 


153 


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HICKORY GROVE 


145 


8 


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21 


13 


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26 


43 





Immanuel 


168 


13 


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25 


7 


10 


24 


67 





INGOLD 


63 





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15 


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ISLAND CREEK 


108 


10 


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16 


3 


24 


22 


21 





JOHNSON 


37 


1 


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8 








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Kenansville 


296 


35 


65 


28 


9 


38 


73 


46 





MAGNOLIA 


46 





2 


14 








11 


17 





MISION MONTE OLIVO 


147 


30 


20 


3 


10 


50 


29 


3 





MOUNT GILEAD 


248 


30 


37 


24 


18 


16 


44 


69 





MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 


390 


24 - 


38 


28 


56 


25 


86 


125 





MOUNT VERNON 


138 


21 


25 


19 


6 


6 


30 


23 





New Hope 


46 


2 


4 


2 


1 


4 


6 


17 





PEACE 


36 





7 


6 


2 


3 


8 


8 





PINEY GROVE 


128 


8 


17 


13 


3 


15 


22 


45 





POPLAR GROVE 


36 


4 


7 


1 





7 





14 





POSTON 


277 


15 


34 


36 


31 


31 


63 


50 


o 


ROSE HILL 





























ROWAN 


176 


22 


22 


14 


7 


23 


14 


58 





SERENITY 


75 


11 


11 


10 


8 


16 


7 


4 





SHARON 


125 


13 


16 


11 


5 


19 


21 


36 





Shiloh 


95 


8 


20 


10 


10 





15 


29 





SI LOAM 


78 


4 


7 


2 


3 


8 


19 


29 





TEACHEY 


79 


13 


9 


7 





16 


15 


16 





Turkey 


108 


15 


21 


5 





12 


17 


26 





UNION GROVE 


85 


11 


8 


12 


9 


8 


25 


12 





Warsaw 


246 


13 


23 


19 





28 


23 


139 





Wells Chapel 


138 


12 


13 


12 


10 


10 


43 


35 





WHITE OAK 


89 


3 


10 


9 


4 


15 


14 


31 





TOTALS 


6008 


497 


746 


621 


324 


593 


1176 


1707 


33 



-56- 



For 1995-96 Associational Year 



i-Homebound 
j-General Officers 
k-Other Bible Study 

12- SS Average Weekly Attendance 

13- New SS Members 

14- SS College Students 

15- SS Single Adults 

16- SS Not Church Members 

17- Vacation Bible School 

18- Backyard Bible Clubs 



: = = = = = = = : 



li 


llj 


Ilk 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


1 


2 





28 























17 





38 














63 








4 





85 





















































3 





34 


3 





4 


1 


45 






27 


3 





77 


5 








38 


75 








3 





45 


6 

















1 


2 





35 


5 











36 





34 


20 





272 


44 


20 


135 


196 


205 








3 





34 


2 








5 


75 





10 


3 





80 








15 





60 








3 





52 


4 


1 





4 


86 





3 


3 





43 


6 


3 


5 





48 








3 





34 


10 


























69 


9 


5 





32 


76 








4 


7 


42 


5 


2 





8 


55 








5 





187 


34 


29 





40 


126 








3 





57 


10 


4 





5 


55 





5 


5 





84 


10 


4 


8 


6 


48 








3 





30 














30 









4 





44 


3 





3 


24 


46 








2 





20 


2 




















2 





123 


42 


6 


8 


73 


65 








2 





35 














35 








2 





101 


13 





2 


78 


27 






6 


4 





122 


4 


12 


8 


18 


77 








8 








16 


17 


39 





114 





4 


4 





89 


2 





5 





75 





3 


7 





25 


6 


1 


2 














2 





13 


3 


1 


1 


11 











5 





72 


16 


2 





18 


60 





1 


2 





30 








2 











11 


6 





138 


5 


5 


5 





100 


15 
































12 


4 





91 





3 


2 





109 








8 





45 














80 








4 





79 


12 





4 


5 


78 








3 





66 


6 


1 





11 


97 





2 


4 





35 


2 








1 


45 








3 





49 


3 











47 





7 


5 





65 


8 





10 


10 


59 














67 


8 


2 


6 


4 


60 








1 





108 


7 











29 








3 





66 


6 


3 


4 


6 


45 








3 





58 


3 


3 








55 





127 


177 


7 


2867 


320 


124 


268 


594 


2386 


15 



-57- 



DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING INFORMATION 



ASSOCIATION 


19 


-TOTAL ONGOING DISCIPLESHIP 


TRAINING 




EASTERN BAPT ASSN 




a-Ongoing Preschool 


B-5 










b-Ongoing Children 


6-11 






C T » Tin 




c-Ongoing 


Youth 12- 


17 






North Carolina 




d-Ongoing Adults 18 


& Up 










e-General 


Of f icers 






Church 


19 


19a 


19b 


19c 


19d 


19e 


Albertson 








========== 













ALUM SPRINGS 




















BEAR MARSH 




















BEULAH 




















BROWN 




















CALVARY 




















CALYPSO 




















CENTER 




















Clinton, First 




















CONCORD 




















CORINTH 




















DOBSON CHAPEL 


46 


7 


22 





16 


1 


Evergreen 




















FAISON 




















GARLAND 


33 


1 


11 


7 


11 


3 


GARNER'S CHAPEL 




















Grove Park 


29 





6 


22 





1 


HICKORY GROVE 




















Immanuel 


41 





8 


20 


11 


2 


INGOLD 




















ISLAND CREEK 




















JOHNSON 




















Kenansville 


81 








25 


54 


2 


MAGNOLIA 




















MISION MONTE OLIVO 


22 


15 








/ 





MOUNT GILEAD 





u 


n 
u 











MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 


39 


6 


11 


14 


6 


2 


MOUNT VERNON 





o 














New Hope 




















PEACE 











n 








PINEY GROVE 


22 


U 


u 


22 








POPLAR GROVE 





o 


o 


o 





o 


POSTON 


55 





17 


13 


22 




ROSE HILL 








o 





o 


o 


ROWAN 


21 





3 


6 


10 


2 


CTDirMT TV 

btiKii.Nl 1 x 


13 


o 


1 


10 





2 


SHARON 











o 








Shiloh 











o 





o 


SI LOAM 











o 








TEACHEY 

















o 


Turkey 


42 


7 


8 


1 


23 


3 


UNION GROVE 




















Warsaw 




















Wells Chapel 


33 


2 








28 


3 


WHITE OAK 


































TOTALS 


477 


38 


87 


140 


188 


24 



-58- 



For 1995-96 Associational Year 



20- TOTAL SHORT-TERM DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING 
a-Short-Term Preschool 
b-Short-Term Children 
c-Short-Term Youth 

d-Short-Terra Adults 
19+20-TOTAL DT ENROLLMENT/PARTICIPATION 

21- TeamKid Clubs 

















20 


20a 


20b 


20c 


20d 


19+20 


21 


======== 


======== 


========= 


=========== 


===== 


============= 


======================== 












































A 

u 


a 
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U 


u 


A 

u 


- 

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4 





1 


1 


2 


4 


























u 


a 
U 








u 


A 
U 


A 

u 












































46 











46 


46 





32 





7 


25 





78 







A 

u 





4 


Q 

y 


1J 


A 

u 























12 





12 








45 


12 























103 





6 


22 


75 


132 





u 


A 

u 


u 





u 























41 


























a 
U 


A 

u 








U 








a 
U 


a 
u 








U 








Z UO 


1 R 
IB 


a k 

OD 


A A 

4U 


OJ 


1 Q*7 


A 






































22 







A 

u 


A 

4 


z 


1 A 

14 


1 A 





J O 


u 




J 


-i 
J 


1 1 


sz 


U 






























































JJ 


A 


1 
J 


o 


O A 

24 


55 


























2 


2 











57 


























6 





4 





2 


27 




















13 















































11 


2 


8 


1 





11 


10 























42 


7 


8 


1 


26 


84 


























11 











11 


11 





2 











2 


35 








































581 


29 


150 


105 


297 


1058 


54 



-59- 



Music Ministry 



Information 



ASSOCIATION 22-TOTAL MUSIC MINISTRY ENROLLMENT 



EASTERN BAPT ASSN 


a-Preschool 


3 


Years 










b-Preschool 


4- 


•5 Years 








STATE 


c-Children 


6-f 


1 Years 








North Carolina 


d-Children 


9-11 Years 










e-Youth 12- 


17 


Years 














============ 








Church 


22 22a 


22b 


22c 


22d 


22e 




==================== 


=== 


============ 








Albertson 


12 

















ALUM SPRINGS 


99 


- 
u 














BEAR MARSH 


49 


0; 


6 


8 


14 





BEULAH 








d 








o 


BROWN 


12 

















CALVARY 


16 

















CALYPSO 


JO 







2 


6 


8 


CENTER 


12 

















Clinton/ First 


191 





18 


19 


14 


27 


CONCORD 


33 





3 


4 


4 


3 


CORINTH 


37 











5 


10 


DOBSON CHAPEL 


in 


A 
V 





7 


4 


8 


Evergreen 


30 





2 


1 


6 


2 


FAT^ON 


11 








o 





o 


GARLAND 


31 





1 


5 


2 


5 


GARNER'S CHAPEL 


36 


2 


2 


3 


6 


11 


Grove Park 




u 


4 


9 


12 





HICKORY GROVE 


33 


:« 
















65 


3 


4 


3 


6 


16 


INGOLD 


10 

















ISLAND CREEK 


17 

















JOHNSON 


8 

















Kenansville 


75 








15 


12 





rlnVjiiUbln 


1 a 
IB 







1 


1 


3 


MISION MONTE OLIVO 


10 

















MOUNT GILEAD 


61 


2 


2 


12 


6 


6 


MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 


87 





8 


11 


8 





MOUNT VERNON 


40 











10 


10 


New Hope 





U 














PEACE 


9 











2 


1 


PINEY GROVE 


51 


3 


7 


8 


4 


9 


POPLAR GROVE 


23 


3 


4 


4 





12 


POSTON 


19 

















ROSE HILL 




















ROWAN 


26 








7 


3 





SERENITY 


18 








g 


o 


o 


SHARON 


65 


4 


6 


5 





23 


Shiloh 


27 

















SI LOAM 


24 


2 





4 


3 


2 


TEACHEY 


41 





6 





8 


19 


Turkey 


37 





7 


6 


8 


2 


UNION GROVE 


53 


5 








7 


4 


Warsaw 


79 








8 


4 


15 


Wells Chapel 


19 














1 


WHITE OAK 


21 































TOTALS 


1583 


27 


80 


142 


155 


197 



-60- 



For 1995-96 Associational Year 



f-Adult Choir 18 & Up 
g-Separate Senior Adult Choir 
h-Handbells 
i-Vocal Ensembles 
j-Instrumental Ensembles 



22f 


22g 


22h 


22i 


22j 


======== 


========== 


====== 


========== 


================================= 


12 














18 








4 





21 


o 





o 


o 

















12 














16 














17 





o 








12 


o 





o 


o 


44 





41 


16 


12 


14 








5 





22 














20 





Q: 








16 








3 


o 


11 














18 














12 














41 





14 








23 





o 


7 


3 


23 








10 





10 














12 








5 





8 














24 








4 





13 














5 











5 


23 








10 





29 





19 


12 





20 





























3 





o 


3 





20 





























19 


Q 


A 

u 


u 


u 

















16 














12 


4 








2 


27 














21 











6 


13 























8 





14 














27 








10 





28 








24 





14 








4 





21 
























731 


4 


74 


125 


28 



-61- 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION AND BROTHERHOOD INFORMATION 



ASSOCIATION 

EASTERN BAPT ASSN 



STATE 

North Carolina 



2 3 -TOTAL WMU ENROLLMENT 
a-Mission Friends 
b-Girls in Action 6-11 Years 
c-Acteens 12-17 Years 
d-Women on Mission 
e-WMU Leadership Team 
f-Children in Action 
g-Youth on Mission 
h-Adults on Mission 



Church 


23 


23a 


23b 


23c 


23d 


23e 


23f 


23g 


23h 


Albertson 





























ALUM SPRINGS 


16 


3 


3 





10 














BEAR MARSH 


55 


7 


4 


8 


31 


5 











BEULAH 

















o 











BROWN 


15 











15 














CALVARY 





























CALYPSO 


12 











12 














CENTER 


7 











7 














Clinton, First 


129 


8 


15 


12 


88 


6 











CONCORD 


40 





8 





15 


5 





12 





CORINTH 


28 





6 


5 


14 


3 











DOBSON CHAPEL 


29 





9 





17 


3 











Evergreen 


20 


3 


4 


1 


12 














FAISON 


9 











8 


1 











GARLAND 


61 





18 





39 


4 











GARNER'S CHAPEL 


41 


6 








10 


4 


11 


10 





Grove Park 


90 


6 


26 


8 


44 


6 











HICKORY GROVE 


31 


5 


5 


7 


12 


2 





u 


U 


Immanuel 


51 


6 


2 


5 


31 


7 











INGOLD 


12 











12 














ISLAND CREEK 


10 











10 














JOHNSON 


20 











15 


5 











Kenansville 


57 


12 


13 





Z 1 


5 


u 


U 


u 


MAGNOLIA 


36 











33 


3 











MISION MONTE OLIVO 


10 











10 














MOUNT GILEAD 


71 


20 


25 


12 


10 


4 











MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 


78 


13 


9 


10 


42 


4 











MOUNT VERNON 


53 


f 11 


12 





12 








4 Q 

lo 


u 


New Hope 


14 











14 














PEACE 





























PINEY GROVE 


51 


6 


9 


6 


24 


6 





o 


o 


POPLAR GROVE 


36 


3 


11 





18 


4 











POSTON 


59 


4 


12 





38 


5 











ROSE HILL 





























ROWAN 


49 





15 


6 


23 


5 











SERENITY 


15 











14 


1 











SHARON 


55 


5 


7 


7 


30 


6 











Shiloh 


29 





11 





14 


4 











SI LOAM 


24 











24 














TEACHEY 


26 


6 








17 


3 











Turkey 


39 


10 


9 


3 


15 


2 











UNION GROVE 


13 











10 


3 











Warsaw 


93 


8 








61 


11 


13 








Wells Chapel 


39 


3 


5 





24 


7 











WHITE OAK 


38 


4 








22 








12 











= =:=r = = = = 














TOTALS 


1561 


149 


238 


90 


884 


124 


24 


52 






-62- 



For 1995-96 Associational Year 



2 4 - TOTAL BROTHERHOOD ENROLLMENT 
a-Ages 6-8 

b-Ages 9-11 
c-Ages 12-17 
d-Ages 18 & Up 

2 5 - EZRA Enrollment 

26- World Changers 

27- Mission Projects 

28- Mission Action Groups 

24+26+27+28 Total Brotherhood Enrollment/Participation 



24 


24a 


24b 


24c 


24d 


25 


26 


27 


28 


TOTAL 










=========: 










ENR/PART 


====== 

o 







o 


====== 

o 


























o 























o 





o 





















































10 











10 














10 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 





o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


75 


8 


9 


3 


55 


8 





6 





81 


6 


2 


2 


1 


1 














6 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 











o 


27 


4 


4 


4 


15 


6 











27 


19 


3 


3 


3 


10 








15 





34 


9 











9 














9 


9 











9 








9 


9 


27 
































23 


9 








14 














23 


18 


4 


7 


3 


4 














18 


17 


2 


2 


4 


9 














17 


16 











16 














16 


15 











15 














15 


11 











11 














11 


22 


12 


10 




















22 
































15 











15 














15 


28 


6 


5 


5 


12 








7 





35 


36 


4 


6 


26 

















36 


21 











21 














21 




















o 


o 





o 





o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


u 


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J 
































































13 





7 





6 














13 
































20 


2 


3 


3 


12 














20 
































23 


3 


2 


3 


15 














23 
































16 











16 














16 
































24 


4 


4 


5 


11 














24 


16 











16 














16 
































15 








2 


13 














15 












































======== 


===== 






504 


63 


64 


62 


315 


14 





37 


12 


553 



-63- 



FINANCIAL INFORMATION 



ASSOCIATION 


31 


-Total Receipts 






IT 71 CTtTDM D1DT ICCM 
LnOlEiKN Dnrl no jH 


i?. 


-Undesignated Gifts 










-Designated Gifts 








34' 


-Total Local 


Expenditures 








35 


-New Construction 






Church 


31 


J z 


J J 


34 


35 


A 1 harf c /*M"i 
nlUci LaUIl 


30490 


23935 


6555 


JO / J o 


DZ UU 




27220 


23368 


38521 


Z Z 7 J.'s 


ft 


Drip U&RCU 


60832 


53838 


6994 


fiftQI 7 


n 
u 


BEULAH 

















BROWN 


32861 


Z 1 3JJ 


-JZ DO 


28000 





r IT i/ipv 


50152 


44826 


5326 




n 


CAT.YP^O 


56354 


50590 


5764 


55358 


4465 


V^£jPi ILK 


20863 


19363 


1500 






Clinton, First 


596017 


375780 


54838 


372756 





CONCORD 


26746 


Z H. Z J J 


DO / U 


19644 


2836 


PDRTMTH 


86492 





4016 


75362 


n 




66629 


49794 


16147 


74147 


n 


tt"t mvft i» pan 

iiVci ^recii 


74009 


55327 


18682 


46106 


OtUU 


FAISON 


55576 


51684 


3892 


51914 





GARLAND 


76036 


ODD J Z> 


1 moo. 


45496 







34655 


31968 


2687 


29566 


o 


iirove far k 


273363 


248168 


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118343 


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21853 


1072 


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PEACE 


18723 


18481 


242 


18162 





PINEY GROVE 


86449 


74718 


11731 


130114 


69847 


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66000 


16000 


59000 





Shiloh 


90131 


65245 


24886 


83743 


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48734 


40192 


8543 


36724 





TEACHEY 


84000 


57000 


26000 


58000 





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59434 


51784 


7630 


49630 





UNION GROVE 


40284 


36596 


3688 


21470 





Warsaw 


225753 


166150 


59603 


142885 





Wells Chapel 


98801 


82936 


15865 


64181 





WHITE OAK 


66838 


44100 


22738 


47100 





TOTALS 


4001853 


3065742 


700398 


3160698 


199046 



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For 1995-96 Associational Year 





36-Church Literature 




44- 


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2533 


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3597 


400000 








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MISSION EXPENDITURES 



39-Associational Missions 
STATE 40-State Missions 

North Carolina 41-Annie Armstrong Easter Offering 

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Church 37 38 39 40 41 

Albertson 5607 585 1636 167 689 

ALUM SPRINGS 6016 1500 1020 462 455 

BEAR MARSH 8089 5200 600 280 530 

BEULAH 

BROWN 1558 300 400 



CALVARY 5554 1447 1365 282 

CALYPSO 4468 2149 1020 625 

CENTER 518 518 64 100 

Clinton, First 64151 32112 9409 2705 5671 

CONCORD 1317 2354 1193 129 241 



CORINTH 15497 8351 3796 1282 

DOBSON CHAPEL 7023 3569 2276 125 

Evergreen 6921 2588 2000 585 1748 

FAISON 1796 1796 120 575 

GARLAND 14724 9014 3610 100 350 



GARNER'S CHAPEL 2460 420 925 385 230 

Grove Park 38154 24817 4963 1007 1894 

HICKORY GROVE 2310 1100 1160 200 

Immanuel 8872 3000 1200 369 1345 

INGOLD 590 200 107 



ISLAND CREEK 5585 2502 900 227 615 

JOHNSON 362 450 2308 260 399 

Kenansville 22958 10209 8004 919 952 

MAGNOLIA 4488 2166 1093 479 235 

MISION MONTE OLIVO 6394 3853 1927 



MOUNT GILEAD 20211 11042 4140 238 933 

MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST 54389 16881 29234 1577 883 

MOUNT VERNON 13290 5647 4941 110 1033 

New Hope 2958 1200 1150 155 100 

PEACE 2116 1312 562 50 



PINEY GROVE 3381 594 712 338 668 

POPLAR GROVE 2114 1200 480 200 

POSTON 18676 10775 3874 395 1311 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 10497 4854 2473 352 666 

SERENITY 200 200 

SHARON 10026 4000 2432 636 1158 

Shiloh 9942 6935 2053 152 471 



SILOAM 4309 1114 1600 119 1127 

TEACHEY 22000 3000 2000 2116 1525 

Turkey 10982 5182 2073 302 1193 

UNION GROVE 2413 54 600 186 

Warsaw 30109 8950 6005 1191 1635 



Wells Chapel 14502 7223 2171 265 1510 

WHITE OAK 6596 1623 1500 1230 857 

TOTALS 472327 210386 120705 18530 34556 



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177 


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1162 


224 






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SPECIAL INFORMATION 



ASSOCIATION 47-AM Worship Service Attendance 

EASTERN BAPT ASSN 48-PM Worship Service Attendance 

49-Church-Related Vocations 
STATE 50-Senior Adult Ministry 

North Carolina 51-Mission Project Volunteers 

52-Support Groups 

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67 


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59 

















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54- Bible Study at Other Times (Y/N) 

55- SS Workers' Meetings (Y/N) 

56- Give to associational Missions on a Percentage Basis (Y/N) 

57- Intercessory Prayer Ministry (Y/N) 



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EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



170 th Annual Session 




1997 

North Carolina 



North Carolina 



Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Seventieth 
Annual Session 
1827 - 1997 



FIRST DAY 

October 27, 1997 

CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH 

Co-Host - Teachey Baptist Church 



SECOND DAY 

October 28, 1997 
BEAR MARSH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Co-Host - Albertson Baptist Church 



THEME: RISK SOMETHING NEW 
Associations Pushing the Boundaries 



MODERATOR: Allen Overton 



CLERK: Ottis King 



NEXT ANNUAL MEETING 

First Day - Rose Hill Baptist Church - October 26, 1998 
Second Day - Immanuel Baptist Church - October 27, 1998 

ASSOCIATIONAL STAFF 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 
Location: 109 North Center Street 



Director of Missions - James H. Camp, 409 Pineview Road, Clinton, NC, 28328 
(O) (910) 293-7077, (Fax) (910) 293-7084, (H) (910) 590-3592 

Mission Ministries Director - Phillip Shuford, 104 Stewart Ave., Clinton, NC 28328; 
(O) 910-293-7077, (Fax) (910) 293-7084, (H) (910) 592-0405 



Secretary - Jo Robinson, 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton, NC 28328 
(O) (910) 293-7077, (H) (910) 592-3044 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, NC, 28398 
Telephones: (910) 293-7077 • Fax (910) 293-7084 

Tabic of Contents 

Associational Directory 3 

Brotherhood Directors 10 

Chairman of Deacons 8 

Discipleship Training Directors 10 

Executive Board Representatives 6 

Missions Development Program Leaders 17 

Music Directors 13 

Pastors 3 

Sunday School Directors 9 

WMU Directors 11 

1998 Budget and Anticipated Income 44 

Church Contributions to EBA 42 

Historical Tables 54 

Map of Eastern Association Center of Book 

Messengers to Annual Session 19 

Our Beloved Dead 26 

Proceedings of the Annual Session 22 

Reports: 

Associational Executive Board 28 

Brotherhood 32 

Church Extension Ministries Committee 42 

Committee on Committees 14 

Elwyn G. Murray, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Committee 32 

Hispanic Mission (Getsemani), Warsaw Baptist Church 37 

Hispanic Mission (Maranatha), Clinton, FBC 34 

Hispanic Mission (Emanuel), Wallace/Rose Hill 38 

Language Missions Committee 39 

Medical/Dental Van Ministry Committee 35 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries Committee 36 

Multihousing Ministry Committee 35 

Music 36 

Nominating Committee 1 

Ordination Committee 32 

Resort and Leisure Ministries Committee 34 

Senior Adult Ministries Committee 34 

Sunday School 28 

Vacation Bible School 33 

Woman's Missionary Union 29 

Woman's Missionary Union 88th Annual Session Minutes 30 

Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Baptist Association 53 

Statistical Tables 61 

Time, Place and Preacher Committee (See Proceedings) 24 

Treasurer's Report (as of September 30, 1997) 42 

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General Officers 



Moderator Bert Alabaster, P.O. Box 410, Kenansville 28349; (910) 296-0246 

Vice Moderator Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough St., Clinton 28328; (910) 592-6060 

Clerk Ottis L. King, P.O. Box 90, Harrells 28444; (910) 532-4528 

Associate Clerk Lucille Yancey, 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (910) 592-3080 

Treasurer Gary Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; (910) 592-5287 

Associate Treasurer Jo Robinson, 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

(910) 592-3044 



Trustees 

1998 - Gene Hart P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-4311 

1999 - Joel Story 2600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-564-6061 

(H) 910-564-4841 

2000 - Larry Harper 1503 White Flash Rd., Mount Olive 29365; (H) 919-658-3614 



Denominational Representatives 

Annuity Board Eddie Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-2898 

Baptist Children's Homes John A. Johnson, 115 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

(H) 910-293-4958 

Baptist Retirement Homes Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-4712 

Christian Higher Education Davis Benton, P.O. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; 

(C) 910-564-2343 (H) 910-525-4319 
Baptist Foundation ....Tyanna Day, 132 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7268 



Baptist Hospital Gerald Quinn, 506 Lakeshore Dr., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-4579 

Biblical Recorder Millard Bounds, 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

(H) 910-289-2606 

Church Program Officers 

Church Music 

Director Jean Hatch, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-8124 

Assistants Stan Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3262 

Rhonda Lucas, 198 Carrie's Ln., Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-7938 

Brotherhood 

Director 

Baptist Men 

Challengers Wayne Caviness, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-2531 

(C) 910-529-5201 

RA's John Brown, 318 Dixie Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7833 

Promise Keepers John West, 306 Northeast Blvd., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-590-2323 



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Discipleship Training Supporter & Co-Supporter 



Bill Parsons 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia 28453; (C) 910-296-1473 (H) 910-296-0840 

James Tyndall 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-6133 

BIBLE DRILL CO-ORDINATOR Jane Robinson, P.O. Box 13, Turkey 28393; 

(H) 910-592-6818 

Sunday School 

Director Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; (C) 910-296-1137 

(H) 910-296-0723 

VBS Director Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 140, Harrells 28444-0140; (W) 910-532-4879 

(H) 910-532-2271 (Fax) 910-532-4231 

Backyard Bible Club/Missions 

VBS Director Kevin Purcell, 63 East Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

(C) 910-532-4757 (H) 910-532-2822 

Leader/Member Development Director Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 126, 

Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-4391 (H) 910-285-3062 

Outreach/Evangelism Director 

Language Missions Consultant Phillip Shuford, 104 Stewart Ave., Clinton 28328; 

(O) 910-293-7077 (H) 910-592-0405 

Pastor Consultant 

Adult Consultants Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-590-3592 

Faye Sellers, 4601 S. NC 50, Chinquapin 28521; (H) 910-285-2431 

Youth Consultants 

Children: 

Older Beckie Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; (W) 910-298-3125 

(H) 910-296-0723 

Middle 

Younger Kathy Quinn, P.O. Box 864, Kenansville 28349-0864; (H) 910-296-0420 

Preschool Consultants: 

Older Rhonda Lucas, 198 Carrie's Ln., Teachey 28464; 

(W) 910-296-0819 (H) 910-285-7938 

Middle Sylvia Vestal, P.O. Box 810, Kenansville 28349-0810; (H) 910-296-0603 

Younger ...Beth Howard, P.O. Box 205, Kenansville 28349-0205; (H) 910-296-1489 



Woman's Missionary Union 



WMU Director Mary Evelyn Wells 

Assistant Director Carolyn Drew 

Secretary Lucille Yancey 

Missions Growth Consultant Joyce Camp 

Assistant Missions Growth Consultant Lois Colwell 

Missions Involvement Coordinator Helen Register 

Assistant Missions Growth Consultant Gail Whaley 

Women on Mission Consultant Brenda Matthis 



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Assistant Women on Mission Consultant Ladeane Little 

Acteen Consultant Ann Byrd 

Assistant Acteen Consultant Allison Hall 

Girls in Action Consultant 

Assistant Girls in Action Consultant Jennifer Brinson 

Mission Friends Consultant Donna Owens 

Assistant Mission Friends Consultant Jane Robinson 

Ethnic/Language Culture Consultant Florence Hoover 

Assistant Ethnic/Language Culture Consultant Bobbie Ashford 

Area Consultants: 

Clinton Inez Peterson 

Garland/Star Betty Sanderson 

Faison/Warsaw Mary Hester Powell 

Mount Olive Marjorie Garris 

Wallace/Rose Hill Arlene Rhodes 



Associational Directory 

Ministers 



Albertson John E. Isenburg, 1994 Greene-Haynes Rd., Kinston 28504; 

(H) 919-569-2411 

Alum Springs J. Elwood Oliver, Box 549, Pink Hill 28572; (C) 919-658-2787 

(H) 919-568-3541 

Bear Marsh James Tyndall, 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 

(H) 919-658-6133 

Beulah Shelton Justice, 732 NC Hwy. 50 & 117, Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7524 

Beulaville Robert L. Hunter, Jr., Box 394, Beulaville 28518; (C) 910-299-8406 

(H) 910-298-4060 

Mary Thigpen, Minister of Music, 3740 East NC 24, Beulaville 28518; 

(H) 910-298-4498 

Brown Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough St., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-564-6060 

(H) 910-592-7156 

Calvary Tim Gore, 110 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7458 

Calypso Box 467, Calypso 28325; (H) 919-658-5223 

Center Albert Pope, 853 Beasley's Mill Rd., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-532-2118 

(H) 910-289-2755 

Clinton, First David S. Kolb, Box 837, Clinton 28328-0837; (C) 910-592-8124 

(Fax) 910-592-6109 

Jean Hatch, Associate Pastor/Minister of Music; (C) 910-592-8124 



Pedro Bueno, Pastor, Maranatha Mission, 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 



(C) 910-596-0078 (H) 910-590-3390 

Concord James W. Johnson, 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; (H) 910-285-4206 

Corinth Larry King, 111 Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-4787 

(H) 910-289-3928 



Dobson Chapel William Parsons, 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia 28453; (C) 910-296-1473 

(H) 910-296-0840 



Evergreen Kevin A. Purcell, 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

(C) 910-532-4757 (H) 910-532-2822 

Faison Paul Rose, 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (C) 910-267-5301 

(H) 919-658-4600 

Garland Wayne Caviness, Box 367, Garland 28441; (C) 910-529-5201 

(H) 910-529-2531 

Garner's Chapel Mark Best, Deacon Chm., 147 Willie Best Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

(C) 919-658-8641 

Grove Park Michael Shook, 609 NE Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

(Fax) 910-592-3753 (H) 910-564-2794 
Stan Benton, Minister of Music; (H) 910-592-7680 
Anthony Westbrook, Minister of Youth; (H) 910-590-3252 

Hickory Grove Johnny Armstrong, 11455 U.S. 421 N., Clinton 28328; 

(C) 910-564-2591 (H) 910-564-2495 

Immanuel Allen Overton, Box 1694, Clinton 28329-1694; (C) 910-592-3854 

(H) 910-592-3360 

Ingold Dean Wood, 1579 Old U.S. 701 Hwy., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-529-4181 

Island Creek 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-2606 

Johnson Farrell Miller, 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4757 

(H) 919-293-4980 

Kenansville D. Gene Lakey, Jr., Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; 

(C) 910-296-1137 (H) 910-296-0723 

Magnolia Larry Blount, Box 96, Magnolia 28453-0096; (C) 910-289-2217 

(H) 910-289-2916 

Mount Gilead M. Thomas, Interim, 3921 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

(C) 910-592-6533 

Mount Olive, First Don Gordon, Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; (C) 919-658-2062 

(H) 919-658-6293 

Vicente Rangel, Pastor. Mision Monte Olivo, 627 Whitfield Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 

(C) 919-658-0226 (H) 919-658-8292 
Mount Vernon Kenneth Benton, 3515 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-533-3164 



(H) 910-533-3099 

New Hope Ray Smith, 7310 Howard Rd., Autryville 28318; (C) 910-533-3417 

(H) 910-567-6230 

Peace Edgar Rouse, 303 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; (C) 919-658-8004 

(H) 910-293-2127 

Piney Grove Rev. Joel Story, 2600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-564-6061 

(H) 910-564-4848 

Poplar Grove Ken Smith, 268 Old Drag Strip Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-267-7191 

(H) 910-596-2473 

Poston Jimmy Creech, 4121 NC US., Wallace 28466; (C) 910-285-2439 

(H) 910-285-2476 

Clessy Worley, Pastor, Poston Deaf Mission, 1238 N. NC Hwy. 41, Pink Hill 28572; 

(H) 910-285-9090 

Rose Hill Marlin Bowling, P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458-0459; (C) 910-289-2250 

(H) 910-289-3882 



Emanuel Spanish Mission Lawrence Otarola, 122 Currie St., Wallace 28466; 

(H) 910-285-5954 



Rowan Gregory A. Day, 701 Rowan R<±, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-7508 

(H) 910-592-7268 

Serenity James O. Flowers, 1364 Boney Mill R<±, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-5234 

(H) 910-592-5686 

Sharon Mark Thomas, Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-4391 

(H) 910-285-3062 

Shiloh Dan Sellers, 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-2636 

(H) 910-285-7403 

Siloam Timothy G. Register, 833 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells 28444; 

(C) 910-532-4077 (H) 910-532-4444 

Teachey Billy Howell, Box 158, Teachey 28464-0158; (H) 910-285-2788 

Turkey Douglas (Mack) Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393-0148; 

(C) 910-592-5562 (H) 910-592-2056 

Union Grove Odell Peterson, 952 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7000 

Warsaw 209 E. College St., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 

(H) 910-293-7479 

Michael Edwards, Minister of Music and Youth; (C) 910-293-4236 
Rigoberto Lopez, Pastor, Getsemani Mision, 510 Railroad St., Warsaw 28398; 

(H) 910-293-2080 

Wells Chapel Ottis L. King, Box 90, Harrells 28444; (C) 910-532-4210 

(H) 910-532-4528 

White Oak Davis Benton, Box 747, Salemburg 28385; (C) 910-564-2343 

(H) 910-525-4319 

Other Ordained Ministers 

Calvary Rev. Homer Baumgardner, Rt. 2, Faison 28341; 910-293-7072 

Clinton Rev. James H. Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-590-3592 

Rev. Clyde Davis, P.O. Box 263, Clinton 28329-0263; 910-592-5313 
Mr. Mel Taylor, 312 E. Johnson St., Clinton, NC 28328; 910-592-3211 

Evergreen Rev. Jasper Hinson, 485 Beulah Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2088 

Grove Park Rev. James Parson, 1010 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1670 

Rev. Billy Todd, 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 
Rev. Eddie Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2898 

Immanuel Rev. Steven Crittendon, 28 Aiton Dr., Ninety-Six, SC 29666 

Rev. Danny Johnson, 5315 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3303 

Island Creek Rev. Harvey Blanton, 287 Murphy Store Rd., Rose Hill 28464; 

910-298-2639 

Rev. Millard Bounds, 2609 Emmaus Church Rd., Dudley 28333; (H) 919-658-5479 

Mount Olive, First Rev. Gerald Garris, 1442 Old Mount Olive Hwy., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-736-1825 

Rose Hill Rev. A.R. Teachey, P.O. Box 876, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3850 

Warsaw Rev. John A. Johnson, 115 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4958 

Rev. Mitchell Rivenbark, P.O. Box 463, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7496 
Rev. R. Graham Elmore, 307 E. Pollock St., Warsaw 28398; (W) 910-293-4040 

(H) 910-293-3939 

White Oak Rev. M.L. Haywood, 743 Tupelo Cir., Fayetteville 28301; 910-425-4919 

Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4712 



Representatives on Associational Executive Board 



Albertson Mr. Nathan Kelly, P.O. Box 184, Albertson 28508; 919-658-3463 

Alum Springs Mr. Larry W. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3614 

Mr. Larry Herring, 2214 Tram Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5182 

Bear Marsh Mr. Elbert Davis, 1569 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-2842 

Mr. Edison Pate, 285 Maysville School Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3624 

Beulahville Mr. F.H. Danley, P.O. Box 212, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3212 

Marion Edwards, P.O. Box 218, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3483 

Brown Mr. Willie Hinson, Jr., 1390 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6233 

Mr. Steve Hulen, 75 Bucktown Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2017 

Clinton, First Mrs. Mary Little, 1000 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3523 

Mr. Thurston Little, 1000 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3523 

Concord Mr. Gary Bell, 749 Ward Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

Mr. William Usher, P.O. Box 237, Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2402 

Corinth Mrs. Phoebe Johnson, 309 Wards Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2374 

Mrs. Eunice Knowles, 1225 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2740 

Dobson Chapel Mr. Russell Brown, 354 Stockinghead Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2228 

Mr. Jimmy Brown, 1023 Stockinghead Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-9346 

Evergreen Mr. Dwight Grady, 2715 River Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-532-4034 

Mr. Jerry N. Todd, P.O. Box 140, Harrells 28444; 910-532-2271 

Garland Mr. Gene Hart, P.O. Box 198, Garland 28441; 910-529-4311 

Mr. Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441; 910-529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Mr. Albert Britt, 1244 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3316 

Mr. Gary Rose, 1349 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3391 
Grove Park Rev. Eddie Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2898 

Mrs. Muriel Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2898 

Hickory Grove Mr. Gerald Strickland, 8397 W. U.S. 421, Clinton 28328; 

910-564-6717 

Mr. Larry Strickland, 1288 Rabbit St., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4593 

Immanuel Mr. Billy Ellis, 1313 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7444 

Mr. John M. Owens, 97 Planters Walk Ln., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2636 

Ingold Mr. Bruce Ashford, Sr., P.O. Box 128, Garland 28441; 910-529-1560 

Mr. Bobby H. Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28341; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek Rev. Harvey Blanton, 287 Murphy Store Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-298-2639 

Mr. Eugene Rouse, 1174 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3445 

Johnson Mr. Dennis Kirby, P.O. Box 475, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0031 

Mrs. Violette Phillips, P.O. Box 727, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-1038 

Kenansville Mr. Mickey Benton, P.O. Box 594, Kenansville 28349-0594; 910-296-1465 

Mr. Bart Smith, 1327 NC 24-50, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4483 

Mision Bautista Maranatha Rev. Pedro Bueno, 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-590-3390 



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Mount Gilead Mr. Lonnie Bass, 926 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-4074 

Mr. Randy Driskill, 167 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8691 
Mount Olive, First ....Mr. J.A. Jones, 407 W. Station St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3152 



Mr. Albert Landin, 315 W. College St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-9803 

Mount Vernon Mrs. Tate Pope, 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3454 

New Hope Mr. Bob Frederick, 3660 New Hope Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 

910-533-3639 

Peace Mr. Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Mr. Kent Southerland, 238 Emmet Davis Ln., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5178 

Piney Grove Mr. Wayne Thornton, 993 E. Darden Rd., Faison 28341; 910-564-2302 

Mr. Ron Wilkins, 858 Panhandle Rd., Faison 28341; 910-533-3810 

Poplar Grove Mr. Garland Britt, Lake Artesia Rd., Faison 28341 

Mr. Keith Massey, 11445 Keener Rd., Faison 28341; 910-533-3193 

Poston Mrs. Annette Henderson, 144 Henderson Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4166 

Mrs. Aileen Moore, 140 Henderson Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-3436 

Rose Hill Mr. W.S. Wells, Jr., P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2691 

Rowan Frank Baldwin, 2530 Old Warsaw Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6753 

Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3437 

Serenity 

Sharon Mrs. Raybourne Batchelor, 200 Norwood Blanchard Rd., Wallace 28466; 

910-285-2587 

Mr. Troy Rhodes, 3459 S. N.C. 41, Wallace 28466; 910-285-5254 



Shiloh Mrs. Berena S. Alston, 5242 S. N.C. 50 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4555 

Mr. Joseph W. Alston, 5242 S. N.C. 50 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4555 



Siloam Mr. R.O. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

Mrs. Robert O. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

Teachey Mr. A.C. Kenan, 1207 N. Railroad St., Wallace 28466, 910-285-3291 

Mr. Leland McGill, 108 N. Teachey Rd., Ext., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2360 

Turkey Mr. A.B. Carter, 32 Beulah Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3148 

Mr. Henry J. Register, 1935 Wilmington Hwy., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Union Grove Mr. Raeford Carter, Jr., 880 Kenneth Carter Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-7222 

Glenwood Fryar, 157 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8274 

Warsaw Rev. John A. Johnson, 115 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4958 

Mr. James F. Strickland, P.O. Box 783, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4289 
Wells Chapel. ...Mr. Percy L. Carter, 1332 Rufus Wells Rd., Willard 28478; 919-532-4997 
Mr. Harry Hoover, 340 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4336 
White Oak Mary Alice Boney, 5680 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4504 



Mr. Kenneth Honeycutt, 880 Bass Lake Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6882 



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Chairmen of Deacons 



Alum Springs Mr. Larry W. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3614 

Bear Marsh Mr. Jimmy Kelly, 969 N.C. Hwy. 403 A., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3949 

Beulaville Mr. Jimmy Lanier, 131 Quinn Store Rd., Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3577 

Brown Mr. Robert E. Corbett, 157 Hargrove Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6602 

Calvary Mr. Johnny Chestnut, Henry Middleton Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7362 

Calypso James Baker, P.O. Box 164, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4984 

Clinton, First Mr. Ben Wright, 300 Arrowhead Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3476 

Corinth Mr. J.C. Savage, Jr., 312 Taylor's Creek Rd., Teachey 28464; 910-289-3982 

Dobson Chapel Mr. H.L. Sanderson, 1451 N.C. Hwy. 11 S., Magnolia 28453; 

910-289-4374 

Evergreen Mr. Noah Todd, 11846 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Magnolia 28453; 

910-532-4769 

Faison Mr. Joe Foss, 11920 Suttontown Rd., Faison 28341; 910-267-5091 

Garland Mr. Bobby Marshall, 5184 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-534-9004 

Garners Chapel Mr. Mark Best, 147 Willie Best Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3481 

Grove Park Mr. Chris Fann, 907 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5505 

Hickory Grove. ..Mr. Mike Medlin, 3211 Bud Johnson Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6210 

Immanuel Mr. Billy Ellis, 1313 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7444 

Ingold Mr. Bruce Ashford, Sr., P.O. Box 128, Garland 28441; 910-529-1560 

Island Creek Mr. Daniel Norris, 156 Raleigh Rd., Teachey 28464; 910-285-2757 

Johnson Mr. Boyce Boyette, 306 Boyette Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7367 

Kenansville Mr. Bert Alabaster, 132 Limestone St., Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0246 

Magnolia Mr. Kenneth Baker, 269 Sheffield Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2313 

Mision Bautista Maranatha Mr. Remigio Resendiz, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28329-0837; 

910-596-0078 

Mount Gilead Mr. Nathan Gay, 4900 Garland Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4846 

Mount Olive, First Mr. Louis Pate, Jr., 102 Meredith St., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-6170 

Mount Vernon. ...Mr. Wayne Wilson, 1674 Auctioneer Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3364 

New Hope Mr. Edward Colwell, 206 Colwell Ln., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3372 

Peace Mr. Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Piney Grove. ...Mr. Jimmy Thornton, 1711 Panhandle Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3449 

Poplar Grove Mr. Grover Miller, 8924 Faison Hwy., Faison 28341; 910-533-3342 

Poston Mr. Felton Baker, 141 Hunter St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-7612 

Rose Hill Mr. Carroll Buckner, P.O. Box 239, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2151 

Rowan L.E. Tart, Jr., 870 Rackley Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3456 

Serenity Mr. Frankie Carter, 1575 Ozzie Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6311 

Sharon Mr. Ernie Gray, 2799 S. N.C. 41 & 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; 

910-285-3704 

Shiloh Mr. Danny O. Wood, 3587 Fountaintown Rd., Chinquapin 28521; 

910-285-4764 

Siloam Mr. Wayne Cannady, P.O. Box 13, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4235 

Teachey Mr. Jerry Dempsey, 1022 Wells Town Rd., Teachey 28464; 910-285-6354 

Turkey Mr. David D. Hudson, Sr., 6890 Old Warsaw Rd., Turkey 28393; 

910-533-3259 



Union Grove Glenwood Fryar, 157 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8274 

Warsaw Mr. Patt Matthis, 254 N. Country Club Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-296-1726 

Wells Chapel Mr. I.C. Ennis, 7319 S. N.C. 41, Wallace 28466; 910-285-3409 

White Oak. ...Mr. Kenneth Honeycutt, 880 Bass Lake Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6882 



Sunday School Directors 

Albertson Mrs. Alyce Kelly, P.O. Box 184, Albertson 28508; 919-658-3463 

Alum Springs Mr. John Wheeler, 175 John Wheeler Ln., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-9231 

Bear Marsh Mr. Bobby Holland, 639 Maysville School Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-4788 

Beulaville Mr. F.H. Danley, P.O. Box 212, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3212 

Brown Mr. Steve Hulen, 75 Bucktown Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2017 

Calvary Mr. Johnny Casteen, 107 Britt St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2941 

Center Mr. Ray A. Cannon, Harrells Hwy., Garland 28444; 910-532-4552 

Clinton, First Mr. Don Rabon, P.O. Box 248, Salemburg 28385; 910-525-5793 

Concord Mr. Gary Bell, 749 Wards Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

Corinth Mr. Warren Cavenaugh, 154 Frog Pond Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-3602 

Dobson Chapel Mr. Timmy Nethercutt, P.O. Box 702, Kenansville 28349; 

910-296-1685 

Evergreen Mr. Sherwood Johnson, 10980 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Magnolia 28453; 

910-532-2366 

Faison Mr. Glenn Jernigan, P.O. Box 278, Faison 28341; 910-267-3861 

Garland Mr. Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441; 910-529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Mr. Bernard Jones, 678 Jim Best Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-4589 

Grove Park Ms. Lenettie Royal, 303 Dixie Cir., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6120 

Hickory Grove Mr. Larry Strickland, 1288 Rabbit St., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4593 

Immanuel....Mr. Charles A. Adams, 2905 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6517 

Ingold Mr. Bobby H. Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28341; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek Mr. George Brown, 558 Island Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2540 

Johnson Mrs. Ellen Bell, 235 Cy Cavenaugh Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-3196 

Kenansville Mr. Bert Alabaster, 132 Limestone St., Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0246 

Magnolia Mr. Tommy Kissner, 116 W. Main St., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-3036 

Mount Gilead Mr. Byron Bass, 3808 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-1666 

Mount Olive, First Mr. Brent Hood, 303 Bowden Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3020 

Mount Vernon Mr. Ray Gainey, 2323 King Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3804 

New Hope Esther Hines, 3850 New Hope Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 

910-533-3228 

Peace Mr. Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Piney Grove Mr. Dewitt King, 1248 E. Darden Rd., Faison 28328; 910-564-6697 

Poplar Grove Mr. Keith Massey, 11445 Keener Rd., Faison 28341; 910-533-3193 

Poston Mrs. Elizabeth Rivenbark, 509 W. Westbrook St., Wallace 28466; 

910-285-3588 

Rose Hill Mr. Ross Powell, P.O. Box 636, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3425 

Rowan Mike Ellis, 115 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7627 

Serenity Mr. Leonard Matthews, 1579 Old U.S. 701 Hwy., Clinton 28328 



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Sharon Mrs. Patricia Norris, Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-4352 

Shiloh Mr. Ray Likens, 3466 Fountaintown Rd., Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-4785 

Siloam Mr. Tim Rose, 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-2021 

Teachey Mrs. Norita Boney, P.O. Box 122, Teachey 28464; 910-285-3497 

Turkey Mr. David D. Hudson, Sr., 6890 Old Warsaw Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3259 

Union Grove Mr. Raeford Carter, Jr., 880 Kenneth Carter Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-7222 

Warsaw Mr. Hubert Merritt, 217 Elm St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4872 

Wells Chapel Mr. Kalton R. Newkirk, 8390 Willard Rd., Willard 29478; 910-532-4547 

White Oak Mr. Kirtz Adams, 5424 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4951 



Discipleship Training Directors 

Dobson Chapel Rev. William Parsons, 1540 N.C. Hwy. 50 S., Magnolia 28453; 

910-296-0840 

Evergreen Rev. Kevin A. Purcell, 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-532-2822 

Garland Mr. J.T. Riley, P.O. Box 182, Garland 28441; 910-529-4941 

Grove Park Rev. Billy Todd, 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 

Immanuel Mrs. Ann H. Honeycutt, 108 Shields St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5768 

Johnson Rev. Farrell Miller, 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4980 

Kenansville Rev. D. Gene Lakey, Jr., P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; 

910-293-0723 

Mision Bautista Maranatha Rev. Pedro Bueno, 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-590-3390 

Mount Olive, First Mrs. Margaret A. Partin, 502 W. Main St., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-4084 

Mount Vernon Mr. Tate Pope, 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3434 

Peace Mr. Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Poston Rev. James W. Creech, 3912 S. NC 11 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2476 

Rowan Donna Ellis, 115 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7627 

Turkey Rev. Douglas M. Musselwhite, 25 East Railroad St., Turkey 28393-0148; 

910-592-2056 

Wells Chapel Mr. Eddie King, 1591 Rufus Wells Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-2392 



Brotherhood Directors 



Beulaville Mr. Bob Garbett, 1027 Gregory Fork Rd., Richlands 28574; 

910-324-5173 

Brown Mr. Jimmy A. Carr, 4424 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Clinton, First Mr. Frankie Owens, 91 Boykins Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7226 

Concord Mr. Gary Bell, 749 Wards Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

Dobson Chapel Mr. Gene Foster, 2120 Hallsville Rd., Beulaville 28518; 910-296-1084 

Evergreen Mr. Floyd Sutton, 607 Trinity Church Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-532-4905 

Faison Mr. C.T Hobbs, P.O. Box 292, Faison 28341; 910-267-3131 

Garland Mr. Norwood Blackman, Garland 28441; 910-529-7791 

Grove Park Mr. Bobby Vann, 401 Fox Lake Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2831 

Immanuel Mr. Johnny Parker, 4182 Roseboro Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6597 

Ingold Mr. Randall Carter, 381 Johnson Rd., Garland 28341; 910-529-1422 



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Island Creek Mr. Kenneth Batchelor, 209 Garland King Rd., Teachey 28464; 

910-285-4404 

Johnson Rev. Farrell Miller, 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4980 

Mision Bautusta Mara Mr. Antonio Cuenca, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28329-0837; 

910-596-0078 

Mount Gilead Mr. Johnny Thompson, 5070 Union School Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-3868 

Mount Olive, First Mr. Wayne Gardner, P.O. Box 227, Dudley 28333 

Mount Vernon Mr. Marshall Flatavoich, 410 Beaverdam Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-8643 

Piney Grove Mr. David Sinclair, 6628 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28341; 910-533-3944 

Poston Rev. James W. Creech, 3912 S. N.C. 11 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2476 

Serenity Mr. Mike Rose, 1279 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28329 

Sharon Mr. Troy Rhodes, 3459 S. N.C. 41, Wallace 28466; 910-285-5254 

Siloam Mr. Joe Price, 1258 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4116 

Turkey Mr. George A. Pinyatello, 351 Thomson Ave., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3120 

Union Grove Rickey Andrasko, 8811 Garland Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1430 

Wells Chapel. ...Mr. Harry Hoover, 340 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4336 



WMU Directors 

Alum Springs Ms. JoAnn Herring, 377 Thurman Herring Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3434 

Bear Marsh Beverly Hatch, 1173 N.C. Hwy. 403 W., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3595 

Beulaville Letha Deal, 430 Edwards Rd., Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3935 

Brown Mrs. Ann Peterson, 1230 Basstown Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2604 

Center Leona Blackburn, 10305 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4460 

Clinton, First Mrs. Donna Landes, P.O. Box 1053, Clinton 28329-1053; 

910-592-7947 

Concord Mrs. Mary L. Usher, 3386 S. Hwy. 903, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2681 

Corinth Mrs. Linda Porter, 309 Williams-Taylors Creek Rd., Teachey 28464; 

910-289-3602 

Dobson Chapel Betty Brown, 354 Stockinghead Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-2228 

Evergreen Mrs. Daisy J. Chestnutt, 199 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Magnolia 28453; 

910-532-4632 

Faison Ms. Helen Britt, P.O. Box 212, Faison 28341; 910-267-3391 

Garland Mrs. Judy Harrell, 15890 Garland Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-529-1237 

Garner's Chapel Kim Hicks, 169 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4355 

Grove Park Mrs. Betty Carr, 505 Carolina Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4860 

Hickory Grove Mrs. Carroll Armstrong, 11455 U.S. 421 N., Clinton 28328; 

910-564-2495 

Immanuel Mrs. Edna F. Melson, 1408 Sunset Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5327 

Ingold Mrs. Imogene King, 301 Old U.S. 701 Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-529-1691 

Island Creek Mrs. Kathaleen Caldwell, P.O. Box 293, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4537 

Johnson Mrs. Minnie Haggertz, 1498 Lanefield Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-2232 



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Kenansville Mrs. Edna Earle Brinson, P.O. Box 8, Kenansville 28349-0008; 

910-296-1519 

Magnolia Mrs. Inez Rouse, 127 Sheffield Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2332 

Mision Bautista Maranatha Mrs. Evilma Santos, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28329-0837; 

910-596-0078 

Mision Monte Olivo Mrs. Lallie Rangel, 647 Whitfield Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-8292 

Mount Gilead Ms. Karen Warren, 2063 E. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-5900 

Mt. Olive, First Mrs. Elizabeth Gordon, 103 Ridgecrest Dr., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-6293 

Mt. Vernon Janice Wilson, 4671 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3596 

New Hope Lillian Johnson, 5315 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28394; 910-533-3303 

Piney Grove Mrs. Blanche Casey, 130 Guy Ln., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3324 

Poplar Grove Wendy Massey, 11445 Keener Rd., Faison 28341; 910-533-3193 

Poston Glenda B. Brinson, 521 Forest Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-7109 

Rowan Deborah K. Puryear, 2065 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6973 

Serenity Brenda K. Carter, 1526 Ozzie Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7546 

Sharon Mrs. Shirley Denton, 1449 Durwood Evans Rd., Beulaville 28518; 

910-285-3484 

Shiloh Mrs. Virginia H. Raynor, 909 Cypress Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 

910-285-3412 

Siloam Mrs. Mary M. Rose, 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-2021 

Turkey Mrs. Lori P. Martin, 3215 Union School Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-9175 

Union Grove Brenda Saunders, 2501 Ezzell Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3557 

Warsaw Mrs. Connie Matthis, 254 N. Country Club Rd., Kenansville 28349; 

910-296-1726 

Wells Chapel.... Mrs. Eunice E. Newkirk, 8530 Willard Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-4229 
White Oak Mrs. Judy Boney, 5635 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5506 



Church Clerks 

Albertson Mr. Johnnie P. Harper, 665 Bill Sutton Rd., Albertson 28508; 

919-568-3117 

Alum Springs Ms. Marie K. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3614 

Bear Marsh Doris K. Holland, 314 W. Station St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4793 

Beulaville Kaye Creech, P.O. Box 51, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-4397 

Brown Mrs. Sharon S. Carr, 4423 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Calvary Mr. Earl L. Rouse, 455 E. Dudley St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7963 

Center Leona Blackburn, 10305 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4460 

Clinton First Mrs. Sue Miller, 305 Fox Lake Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5885 

Clinton First Mrs. Martha Pierce, 95 Denton Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6967 

Concord Mrs. Mary L. Usher, 3386 S. Hwy. 903, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2681 

Corinth Mrs. Betty P. Butts, 112 E. Cavenaugh St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-3917 

Dobson Chapel Anna B. Harrell, 2219 S. N.C. 50, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3822 

Evergreen Mrs. Annie H. Daniels, 10980 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-532-2127 



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Faison Ms. Ladeane Little, P.O. Box 93, Faison 28341; 910-267-1230 

Garland Sandy Norris, P.O. Box 552, Garland 28441; 910-529-5371 

Garner's Chapel Mrs. Annie Albertson, 1219 Bennet's Bridge Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

910-658-5291 

Grove Park Mrs. Glenda Todd, 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 

Hickory Grove Mrs. Judy David, 8337 U.S. 421 N., Clinton 28328; 910-564-9849 

Immanuel Mrs. Doris W. Martin, 1000 Powers St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6771 

Ingold Mrs. Sara W. Pope, 453 Ozzie Rd., Clinton 28329; 910-529-4838 

Island Creek Mrs. Kathleen Caldwell, P.O. Box 293, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4537 

Johnson Mrs. Betty Curtin, 194 John Williams Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-289-2393 

Kenansville Mrs. Edna Earle Brinson, P.O. Box 8, Kenansville 28349-0008; 

910-296-1519 

Magnolia Mrs. Gail C. Whaley, 231 John Rich Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-289-3713 

Mount Gilead Ms. Brenda Matthis, 4988 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-1660 

Mount Olive, First Dr. Thomas E. Shaver, P.O. Box 986, Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3892 

Mount Vernon Kay Pope, 488 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3278 

New Hope Esther Hines, 3850 New Hope Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3228 

Peace Mr. Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Piney Grove. ...Mrs. Eloise L. Clifton, 1411 Giddensille Rd., Faison 28341; 910-592-6918 

Poplar Grove Mrs. Ann Miller, 8924 Faison Hwy., Faison 28341; 910-533-3342 

Poston Mrs. Margaret Sanderson, 122 Hunter St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-3185 

Rose Hill Mr. Greg W. Salmon, P.O. Box 789, Wallace 28466; 910-285-7200 

Rowan Judith P. Hairr, 2065 Taylors Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6973 

Serenity Alice Matthews, Clinton 28328 

Sharon Mrs. Madeline Norris, 134 Firehouse Rd., Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-4281 

Shiloh Mrs. Cathy J. Jarosewicz, 809 Cypress Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 

910-285-3877 

Siloam Mrs. Lela M. Harrell, 3590 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4383 

Teachey Mrs. Mary V. Jenkins, 176 Page St., Teachey 28464; 910-285-3821 

Turkey Mrs. Mary P. King, 5630 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8881 

Union Grove Patt Fryar, Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4868 

Warsaw Mrs. Peggy T Grice, 230 W. Wards Bridge Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

910-293-7663 

Wells Chapel Mrs. Joan W. Ivey, 115 Sunset St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4708 

White Oak Mary Alice Boney, 5680 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4504 



Ministers of Music 



Alum Springs Ms. Diana Herring, 2190 Tram Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-2893 

Bear Marsh Mrs. Ann Byrd, 1568 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3987 

Beulaville Mary Thigpen, 3740 East N.C. 24, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-4498 

Brown Mrs. Lua Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7156 

Clinton Rev. Jean Hatch, 311 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6215 

Concord Sandra Boone, 2265 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3434 

Corinth Mrs. Allene Knowles, 1091 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3454 



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Dobson Chapel Janet Register, 221 Stockinghead R<±, Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-3367 

Evergreen Mrs. Diana Godwin, P.O. Box 221, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-9294 

Garland Mr. Gene Hart, P.O. Box 198, Garland 28441 

Grove Park Mr. Stan I. Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7680 

Hickory Grove Mrs. Louise McLamb, 3800 Newton Grove Rd., Dunn 28334; 

910-567-2162 

Immanuel Mrs. Nancy J. Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28329; 910-592-3360 

Ingold Mr. Bobby H. Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28341: 910-529-5961 

Island Creek Mr. Johnny Norris, 284 Hanchey Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3210 

Johnson Mrs. Barbara Bell, Cy Cavenaugh Rd., Warsaw 28398 

Kenansville Mrs. Barbara Vestal, P.O. Box 235, Kenansville 28349-0235; 

910-296-2035 



Magnolia Mrs. Rita Brown, 2231 S. U.S. 117 Hwy., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2416 

Mision Bautista Maranatha Mr. Remigio Resendiz, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28329-0837; 



910-596-0078 

Mount Gilead Ms. Karen Driskill, 167 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-8691 

Mount Vernon Leah Heath, Rt. 6 Box 62-A, Clinton 28328 

Peace Mr. Kent Southerland, Rt. 2 Box 61-B, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5178 

Piney Grove Mrs. Ruth King, 1248 E. Darden Rd., Faison 28341; 910-564-6697 

Poston Billie H. Murray, 217 First St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2855 

Rose Hill Mrs. Linda Murphy, P.O. Box 280, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2970 

Rowan Linda M. Burgess, 2250 Turkey Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8487 

Serenity Rose Strickland, 33327 N. U.S. 421 Hwy., Clinton 28328 

Shiloh Mr. Rifton M. Raynor, 298 Cypress Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-285-3808 

Warsaw Mr. Michael K. Edwards, 131 CG's Cir., Dudley 28333; 919-731-4573 

Wells Chapel.... Mrs. Geraldine F. Johnson, P.O. Box 146, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4908 



Committee on Committees 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: 



1998 Gary Bell 749 Ward Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-3874 

1998 James Best P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; (H) 919-658-4712 

1999 Michael Shook 609 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

(H) 910-564-2794 

1999 Gene Hart (Chairman) P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-4311 

2000 Kenneth Benton 3513 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-533-3164 

(H) 910-533-3099 

2000 J. Elwood Oliver P.O. Box 549, Pink Hill 28572; (C) 919-658-2787 

(H) 919-568-3541 



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MEDIA LIBRARY: 

1998 Virginia Hines 104 Church St., RO. Box 86, Calypso 28325; (H) 919-658-5646 

1998 Jewel Best P.O. Box 233, Calypso 28325; (H) 919-658-4712 

1999 Ann Thigpen (Chairman) 108 Shield St., Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-4153 

(H) 910-592-5768 

2000 Betsy McCullen 302 Warsaw Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-8745 

2000 Virginia Byrd 660 Lake Artesia Rd., Turkey 28393; (H) 910-533-3796 

MINISTERS ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: 

1998 Graham Elmore (Chairman) ..307 E. Pollock St., Warsaw 28328; (H) 910-293-3939 

(W) 910-293-4040 

1999 Frank Turner 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-564-6060 

(H) 910-592-7156 

2000 Mark Thomas P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (H) 910-285-3062 

(C) 910-285-4391 

STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: 

1998 Graham Elmore 307 East Pollock St., Warsaw 28398; (W) 910-293-4040 

(H) 910-293-3939 

1998 Greg Brown 1041 Stockinghead Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-3926 

1999 James (Jimmy) Johnson (Chairman) 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; 

(H) 919-285-4206 

1999 Mack Musselwhite P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; (C) 910-592-5562 

(H) 910-592-2056 

1999 James Ezzell 11360 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Magnolia 28453; (W) 910-532-4101 

(H) 910-532-4749 

2000 Bob Garrett 1027 Gregory Ford Rd., Richlands 28574; (H) 910-324-5173 

2000 Kenneth Powell P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; (H) 919-658-8073 

2000 Timothy G. Register 833 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells 28444; (C) 910-532-4077 

(H) 910-532-4444 

2000 Charles Edwin Pope, 904 Raleigh Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3740 

EBA Treasurer Gary Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-8171 

(W) 910-592-8171 

CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE: 

1998 Billy Todd (Chairman) 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3441 

1999 Kevin Purcell 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-532-4757 

(H) 910-532-2822 

2000 Farrell Miller 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-49?? 

(C) 910-293-4757 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 

1998 Marlin Bowling P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-3882 

(H) 910-289-225? 

1999 

2000 Steve Porter P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28329; (H) 910-592-9372 



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HISTORICAL COMMITTEE: 

1998 Shelton Justice (Chairman) 732 N.C. 50 & US 17, Warsaw 28398; 

(H) 910-293-7524 

1999 Gene Hart P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-4311 

2000 Hortense Hasty P.O. Box 97, Kenansville 29459; (H) 910-296-0786 



ELWYN MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE: 

1998 Greg Salmon (Chairman) ....820 E. Church St., Rose Hill 28458; (W) 910-285-7200 

1999 Gerald Quinn P.O. Box 283, Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-4579 

2000 Billy Howell P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-2788 



SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 

1998 Frank Turner 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7156 

(C) 910-564-6060 

1999 Pedro Bueno 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-596-0078 

(H) 910-590-3390 

2000 Mark Thomas P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (H) 910-285-3062 

(C) 910-285-4391 



NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 

1998 Larry W. Harper 1503 White Flash Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-3614 

1998 Billy Howell (Chairperson) P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-2788 



1999 Joel Story 2600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison 28341; (H) 910-564-4848 

(C) 910-564-6061 

1999 Robert Sanderson P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; (H) 910-532-4211 

2000 Lucille Yancey 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3080 

2000 Mark Thomas P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (H) 910-285-3062 

(C) 910-285-4391 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: 

1998 H.C. Allen 301 Dan Swinson Rd., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7029 

1999 Gary Bell (Chairman) 749 Ward Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-3974 

2000 Lewis M. Pate, Jr 102 Meredith St., Mount Olive 28458; (H) 919-658-6170 



PROGRAM COMMITTEE: 

1998 Don Gordon (Chairman) P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; (C) 919-658-2062 

1999 Lucille Yancey 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3080 

2000 Bobby Hunter P.O. Box 394, Beulaville 28518; (H) 910-298-4060 

(C) 910-298-3434 



ORDINATION COMMITTEE: 

1998 Aubrey Quakenbush (Chairman).... 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; (H) 919-592-4712 

1998 Paul Rose 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-4600 

(C) 910-267-5301 

1999 Johnny Armstrong 11455 U.S. 421 North, Clinton 28328; (H) 910-564-2495 

1999 Wayne Caviness P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (C) 910-529-5201 

(H) 910-529-2531 

2000 Tim Gore 110 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7468 



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Associational Missions Development Program 

Mission Ministries Director - Phillip Shuford, 104 Stewart Ave., Clinton 28328; 
Telephone (0) 910-293-7077 (H) 910-592-0405 Fax: 910-293-7084 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL: 

Director Danny Johnson, 5275 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393; (H) 910-533-2685 

Brotherhood Representative 

WMU Representative Helen Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393; 

(H) 910-533-3845 

Sunday School Representative Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349; 

(C) 910-296-1137 (H) 910-296-0723 

Promotion Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-590-3592 

Survey Director 

(NOTE): Chairman of each Associational Missions Development Program Committee, is a 
member of the Missions Development Council. 

I. DEAF MINISTRIES (3 Members): 



Ben Hilliard, Chairman (1998) E. Center St., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-3203 

Dan Sellers (1999) 200 Currie St., Wallace 28466; (H) 910-285-2431 

(W) 910-289-3718 

Jackie Pope (2000) 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-533-3454 



II. LITERACY COMMITTEE (3 Members): 

Glenda Herring (Chairman) (1998) ....117 Hubbard PI., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3002 

(W) 910-592-1919 

Barb Purcell (1999) 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Road, Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-532-2822 

Bobby Ashford (2000) 1530 Old U.S. 701 Hwy., Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-1560 

III. MENTALLY HANDICAPPED COMMITTEE (3 Members): 

Michelle Reynolds (1998) 103 Finch St., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3457 

Margaret Musselwhite (1999) P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; (H) 910-592-2056 

Pat Brown (Chairman) (2000) 1226 Beulah Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3457 

IV. LANGUAGE MISSIONS MINISTRIES (6 Members + Language Pastors) 

Clyde Davis (Chairman) (1998) P.O. Box 263, Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-5313 

John Naylor (1998) 903 Walking Tr., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-6244 

Graham Hood (1999) 215 Wilbur St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-3142 

Wayne Wilson (1999) 1674 Auctioneer Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-533-3364 

Pedro Bueno (Maranatha) 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-590-3390 

Vicente Rangel (Monte Olivo) 627 Whitfield Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-8292 

Rigoberto Lopez (Getsemani) 513 N. Railroad St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-2080 

Lawrence Otavola (Emanuel) 122 Currie St., Wallace 28466; (H) 910-285-5954 

Jennie Jeans (2000) 706 Club Knolls Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-9597 

W.S. Wells (2000) P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-2691 



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V. SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (6 Members): 

Blanche Casey (Chairman) (1998) 130 Guy Ln., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3324 

Thurston Little (1998) 1000 Lake View Dr., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3523 

Ed Colwell (1999) 206 Colwell Ln., Turkey 28393; (H) 910-533-3372 

Dan Sellers (2000) 4601 S. N.C. 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521; (H) 910-285-2636 

(C) 910-285-7403 

Bersha Lewis (2000) 604 W. Steale St., Mt. Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-9507 

VI. VOLUNTEER CHAPLAINCY MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

James W. Creech (Chairman) (1998) 4121 S. N.C. 11 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 

(H) 910-285-2476 (C) 910-285-2439 
Chaplain Gerald Garris (1999) 1442 Old Mount Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333; 

(H) 919-736-1825 (W) 919-934-8386 
James Tyndall (2000) 1649 Beautancas Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-6133 

VII. CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

Alice DeVane (Chairman) (1998) 633 Beasley Rd., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-289-3657 

Robert Hunter (1999) P.O. Box 394, Beulaville 28518 

Joanne Overton (2000) P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-3360 

VIII. INTERFAITH MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

David Kolb (Chairman) (1998) P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-8124 

Don Gordon (1999) P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; (C) 919-658-2062 

Wayne Caviness (2000) P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-5201 

(C) 910-529-2531 

IX. CHURCH EXTENSION MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (5 Members): 

Paul Rose (1998) (Chairman) 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

(H) 919-658-4600 (C) 910-267-5301 

Ray Smith (1999) 7310 Howard Rd., Autryville 28318; (H) 910-567-6230 

(C) 910-533-3372 

Anthony Westbrook (1999) 605 North East Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

Greg Day (2000) 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-7508 

(H) 910-592-7268 

X. RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (5 Members): 
(1998) 

Johnny Bullard (1999) 2268 Union School Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-5229 

Mark Thomas (Chairman) (1999) P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-4391 

Jean Hatch (2000) P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328; (W) 910-592-8137 

XI. MEDICAL/DENTAL VAN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (5 Members): 

Corazon Ngo (1998) P.O. Box 530, Kenansville 28349; (W) 910-296-1811 

Betty Rose (1998) 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-4600 

Rhonda Lucas (Chairman) (1999) 198 Carrie's Ln., Teachey 28464; (H) 910-285-7938 

Ila Davis (1999) 112 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-532-2579 

Tom Shaver (2000) P.O. Box 486, Mt. Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-3807 



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XII. MULTIHOUSING MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (6 Members): 

James Johnson (Chairman) (1998) 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; 



(H) 910-285-4206 

Greg Day (1998) 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-7508 

(H) 910-592-7268 

Edgar Rouse (1999) 303 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-2127 

Carolyn Drew (1999) 175 Drew Rd., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7280 

H.J. Register (2000) 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393; (H) 910-533-3845 

Tina Johnson (2000) 5315 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3303 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mark Thomas, Chairman, James Best, 
Billy Howell, Helen Register, 
Dot Rollins, Billy Todd 

Messengers to Association 

ALBERTSON: Naomi Britt, Vivian Martin 

ALUM SPRINGS: Mr. Larry W. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365, 919-658- 

3614; Ms. Marie K. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365, 919-658-3614; 

Rev. Elwood Oliver, P.O. Box 549, Pink Hill 28572, 919-568-3541 
BEAR MARSH: Mr. Stanley Byrd; Rev. James Tyndall, 1649 Beautancas Rd., Mt. Olive 

28365, 919-658-6133; Jean Tyndall 
BEULAVILLE: Mr. F.H. Danley, P.O. Box 212, Beulaville 28518, 910-298-3212; Harry 

Deal; Marion Edwards, P.O. Box 218, Beulaville 28518, 910-298-3483; Dr. Robert 

Hunter, Jr., P.O. Box 394, Beulaville 28518, 910-229-8406; Martha Jones; Peanie 

Price, Beulaville 28518, 910-298-3620; Mr. Willard Price, Beulaville 28518, 910-298- 

3620; Peggy Thomas, P.O. Box 35, Beulaville 28518, 910-298-3877 
BROWN: Mr. Steve Hulen, 75 Bucktown Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-564-2017; Rev. J. 

Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-592-7156; Mrs. Lua Turner, 

206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-592-7156 
CLINTON FIRST Rev. Pedro Bueno, 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-590-3390; 

Rev. James Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-590-3592; Marth Chappell; 

Dr. David Kolb, 701 Coharie Dr., Clinton 28328, 910-590-3650; Mr. Everett Peterson, 

P.O. Box 707, Clinton 28329-0707, 910-592-3438 
CONCORD: Rev. James W. Johnson, 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466, 910-285-4206; 

Betty Usher, P.O. Box 237, Magnolia 28453, 910-289-2404; Mr. William Usher, P.O. 

Box 237, Magnolia 28453, 910-289-2402 
CORINTH: Thelma Jones; Rev. Larry King, 111 Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458, 910-289- 

3928; Mr. J.C. Savage, Jr., 312 Taylor's Creek Rd., Teachey 28464, 910-289-3982 
DOBSON: Julia Brock; Betty Brown, 354 Stockinghead Rd., Rose Hill 28458, 910-289- 

2228; Mr. Gene Nethercutt; Pauline Nethercutt; Ruby Rouse 
EVERGREEN: Mrs. Annie H. Daniels, 10980 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Rose Hill 28458, 910- 

532-2127; Mr. Madison W. Lane, Jr., 3246 River Rd., Rose Hill 28458, 910-532-4620; 

Rev. Kevin A. Purcell, 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458, 910-532-2822, 

Mrs. Berniece Rhoades, P.O. Box 335, Kenansville 28349, 910-296-1214 
FAISON: Ms. Helen Britt, P.O. Box 212, Faison 28341, 910-267-3391; Mr. Henry Brown; 

Betty Sue Rose; Rev. Paul Rose, 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mt. Olive 28365, 919-658- 

4600; Ms. Stella Sutton 



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GARLAND: Rev. Wayne Caviness, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441, 910-529-2531; Myrtis 

Rich; Mr. Pittman Rich 
GARNER'S CHAPEL: Mr. Randal Albertson; Mr. Mark Best, 147 Willie Best Rd., Mt. Olive 

28365, 919-658-3481; Rev. Tyanna Day, 132 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-592- 

7268 

GROVE PARK: Mrs. Alma Parson; Rev. James Parson, 1010 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 
28328, 910-592-1670; Rev. Michael Shook, 2458 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328, 
910-564-2794; Mr. James Wells, 200 Bradshaw St., Clinton 28328, 910-592-6498; 
Mrs. Lora Wells, 200 Bradshaw St., Clinton 28328, 910-592-6498; Rev. Eddie 
Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328, 910-592-2898; Mrs. Muriel 
Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328, 910-592-2898 

IMMANUEL: Mrs. Jettie Caddis, 1308 Sunset Ave., Clinton 28328, 910-592-2290; Mr. 
M.E. Caddis, 1308 Sunset Ave., Clinton 28328, 910-592-2290; Mr. Billy Ellis, 1313 
Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-592-7444; Mrs. Martha King, 308B Lisbon Sq. 
Apts., Clinton 28328, 910-592-2845; Mrs. Peggie Mattocks, 501 Stewart Ave., Clinton 
28328, 910-592-3632; Rev. Charles A. Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28329, 910- 
592-3360; Mrs. Nancy J. Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28329, 910-592-3360; Mrs. 
Jewel Yancey, 1000 Byrd Yancey Bass Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-592-5376; Mr. John 
Yancey, 1000 Byrd Yancey Bass Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-592-5376 

ISLAND CREEK: Rev. Harvey Blanton, 287 Murphy Store Rd., Rose Hill 28464, 910-298- 
2639; Rev. Millard Bounds, 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458, 910-285-2606 

JOHNSON: Mrs. Betty Curtin, 194 John Williams Rd., Warsaw 28398, 910-289-2393; 
Katie Mae Kirby, 874 Lanefield Rd., Warsaw 28398, 910-293-7319; Mrs. Carol Miller, 
477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398, 910-293-4980; Rev. Farrell Miller, 477 
Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398, 910-293-4980 

KENANSVILLE: Mrs. Rebecca Oliver, P.O. Box 32, Warsaw 28398-0032, 910-293-4461; 
Mrs. Jane Stover, P.O. Box 1177, Kenansville 28349-1177, 910-296-6187; Mrs. 
Barbara Vestal, P.O. Box 235, Kenansville 28349-0235, 910-296-2035; Mr. Brinson 
Vestal, P.O. Box 810, Kenansville 28349-0810, 910-296-0603 

MAGNOLIA: Rev. Larry Blount, P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453, 910-289-2275; Mrs. 
Susan Joyner, P.O. Box 184, Magnolia 28453, 910-289-2568; Mrs. Diana Kissner, 116 
W. Main St., Magnolia 28453, 910-289-3036; Mr. Tommy Kissner, 116 W. Main St., 
Magnolia 28453, 910-289-3036; Mrs. Alma Martino; Miss Inez Rouse, 127 Sheffield 
Rd., Magnolia 28453, 910-289-2332 

MISION BAUTISTA MARANATHA: Rev. Pedro Bueno, 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328, 
910-590-3390 

MISION MONTE OLIVO: Rev. Vincente Rangel, 627 Whitfield Rd., Mt. Olive 28365, 919- 
658-8292 

MOUNT GILEAD: Mr. Herbert Ballance, 5233 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328, 910- 

592-6371; Ms. Eunice Bass; Mr. Lonnie Bass, 926 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 

28328, 910-592-4074; Ms. Gertrude Powell; Rev. Fulton Thomas 
MOUNT OLIVE FIRST: Mr. Cecil Columbus; Mrs. Helen Columbus; Mrs. Gerald Garris; 

Rev. Gerald Garris, 1442 Old Mt. Olive Hwy., Mt. Olive 28365, 919-736-1825; Mrs. 

Kenneth Goodson; Mr. Kenneth Goodson; Rev. Don Gordon, P.O. Box 203, Mt. Olive 

28365, 919-658-6293 
MOUNT VERNON: Rev. Kenneth Benton, 3513 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328, 910-533- 

3099; Mr. Tate Pope, 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-533-3434; Delores Quinn; 

Mrs. Gurley Quinn, 303 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328, 910-592-3352; Timmy Quinn; Lou 

Pearl Simmons 



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PEACE: Carolyn Rouse 

PINEY GROVE: Mr. David Sinclair, 6628 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28341, 910-533-3944; 

Sharon Sinclair; Rev. Joel E. Story, 2600 McCullen Rd., Faison 28341, 910-564-4848; 

Mrs. Teresa Story; Mr. Ron Wilkins, 858 Panhandle Rd., Faison 28341, 910-533-3810 
POSTON: Mary Boney; Rev. James W. Creech, 3912 S. N.C. 11 Hwy., Wallace 28466, 

910-285-2476; Mrs. Peggy Creech; Mrs. Annette Henderson, 144 Henderson Ln., 

Wallace 28466, 910-285-4166; Mrs. Aileen Moore, 140 Henderson Ln., Wallace 

28466, 910-285-3436 
ROSE HILL: Nell Butler; Mrs. Garland Carr; Mrs. Mary Evelyn Wells 
ROWAN: Frank Baldwin, 2530 Old Warsaw Rd., Clinton 28328, 910-592-6753; Gloria 

Baldwin; Emma Ann Chambers; Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328, 910-592- 

3437; Lillian D. Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328, 910-3437 
SHARON: Doris Hatcher; Mrs. Madeline Norris, 134 Firehouse Rd., Chinquapin 28521, 

910-285-4281; Rev. Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521, 910-285-3062 
SHILOH: Mr. Dan G. Sellers, 4601 S. N.C. 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521, 910-285-2431; 

Mrs. Faye R. Sellers, 4601 S. N.C. 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521, 910-285-2431; Ms. 

Jeanette H. Sholar, 374 George Dunn Sholar Rd., Wallace 28466, 910-285-3948 
SILOAM: Mrs. Maurine Carter; Mrs. Lizzie M. Johnson 

TEACHEY: Mr. Elwood Fussell; Rev. Billy Howell, P.O. Box 158, Teachey 28464, 910- 

285-2788; Rhonda Lucas; Mr. Robert Lucas 
TURKEY: Mrs. Alene R. Pope, 64 Faison Rd., Turkey 28393, 910-592-6818; Mrs. Helen 

Register 

UNION GROVE: Mr. Don Tatum 

WARSAW: Mr. Ben Cooper, 117 Acacia St., Warsaw 28398, 910-293-4581; Dr. James 
E. Drake, P.O. Box 366, Warsaw 28398, 910-293-7479; Mrs. Carolyn Drew, 175 Drew 
Rd., Warsaw 28398, 910-293-7280; Mr. Jimmy Johnson; Rev. John A. Johnson, 115 
E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398, 910-293-4958; Miss Mary Hester Powell, 609 North Pine 
St., Warsaw 28398, 910-293-4951; Mr. James F. Strickland, P.O. Box 783, Warsaw 
28398, 910-293-4289 

WELLS CHAPEL: Mrs. Hildred Dixon; Mrs. Florence Hoover; Mrs. Joan W. Ivey, 115 
Sunset St., Wallace 28466, 910-285-4708; Mrs. Geraldine F. Johnson, P.O. Box 146, 
Harrells 28444, 910-532-4908; Rev. Ottis L. King, P.O. Box 90, Harrells 28444, 910- 
532-4528 

WHITE OAK: Rev. Davis Benton, 210 Laurel Lake Rd., Salemburg 28385, 910-525-4319; 
Mrs. Lois Boney; Mrs. Lois Williamson 




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Proceedings 



170th Annual Session 
of 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

RISKING SOMETHING NEW 

Associations Pushing the Boundaries 

FIRST DAY - October 27, 1997 - CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. Registration. 

2. Dinner 

3. Allen Overton, Moderator, called the session to order. 

4. Messengers and visitors sang a Hymn medley, "Majesty," "O for a Thousand Tongues 
to Sing," and "O How I Love Jesus." 

5. Children's Musical - "Lord, I Live Your Name on High," "All that I Need," and "Give 
it all to Him." 

6. Host Pastor, Larry King, greeted Messengers and Visitors and led in prayer. 

7. Jim Drake of the Program Committee presented the printed program, making a 
motion to accept the program as printed with any necessary corrections that may arise. The 
motion was seconded and approved. He also announced Eddie and Muriel Wetherington 
were celebrating their 56th wedding anniversary. 

8. Lucille Yancey, Associate Clerk, gave the registration report: 

From 30 churches, 117 Messengers and Alternates, 95 Visitors, moving these mes- 
sengers and those to register constitute a quorum and we proceed with the business at hand. 
The motion was seconded and approved. 

9. Business: 

a. Ottis L. King, Clerk, made a motion to receive Beulaville Baptist Church into full 
fellowship of the Eastern Baptist Association. The motion was seconded and 
approved. 

b. The Moderator names several committees. 

Place and Preacher Committee: Kevin Purcell, Ch., Farrell Miller, and Edgar 
Rouse. 

Resolutions Committee: David Kolb, Ch., Don Gordon, and Jim Drake. 
Resolutions Committee: William Parsons, Ch., Millard Bounds, and Albert Pope. 
Committee on Committees: Mark Thomas, Ch., Billy Howell, Helen Register, Dot 
Rollings, James Best, and Billy Todd. 

c. Jim Camp explained the Book of Reports and the changes made in proceedings 
for the Annual Session. 

d. Brinson Vestal presented the Proposed Budget for 1998 for information. The vote 
will take place at tomorrow's meeting. 

10. The Teachey Baptist Choir presented special music, "Beulah Land." 

11. John A. Johnson read Matthew 4:1-10. 

12. Graham Elmore preached the Annual Sermon preaching on "The Church." 

In noting some churches are moving out for the Lord, he used the seven churches 
in Revelation as a foundation, noting their works, labors, faithfulness, lack of life, and final 
saying of the Lord. 



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For Sardis, it had a name of being alive, but was dead. It is not enough just to have 
good works. We must be watchful to kindle the coals and bring fire again. Strengthen the 
things that remain and are ready to die. Some have not defiled their garments and shall walk 
with Christ in Glory. 

Laodicea was a lukewarm church. The world needs a clear picture of who we are. 
Some are rich, increased with goods and having nothing. They are wretched, poor, miser- 
able and blind. 

Luke 8:43 tells of a woman with an issue of blood. She desired to touch the hem 
of the garment of our Lord. Many are trying to touch the hem of the garment, but hands 
are holding them back. If we don't do missions, who will? It would be wonderful if the church 
could help people reach out and touch the hem of His garment. The church needs the power 
of the Almighty God in our lives. 

The night is far spent, let us put on the Lord Jesus Christ. 

13. Offeratory Hymn, "Let Your Heart be Broken," was sung. 

14. The evening offering is to go for Trinidad Baptist Mission. 

15. Phillip Shuford gave the Missions Development Report. 

The four pastors of the Hispanic Missions were recognized and reported on the work 
of each Mission. 

Pedro Bueno - Maranatha - Clinton 
Rigoberto Lopez - Getsemani - Warsaw 
Lawrence Otarola - Emanuel - Wallace-Rose Hill 
Vicente Rangel - Monte Olivo - Mt. Olive 

16. Business: 

a. Billy Howell presented the Nominating Committee report and moved its adoption. 
A motion was made to close nominations and elect these by acclamation. The 
motion was seconded and carried. 

b. Mark Thomas gave the Committee on Committees report and moved the election 
of those listed. A motion was made to close nominations and elect these by accla- 
mation. The motion was seconded and carried. 

17. Jim Camp made an announcement of the health of Bill and Miriam Lamb. 

18. Bill Parsons dismissed in prayer. 

Clerk's note: First night's registration: From 36 churches, 135 Messengers and Alternates, 
78 Visitors, 2 EBA staff for a total registration of 215. 

SECOND DAY - October 27, 1997 - Bear Marsh Baptist Church 

1. Registration. 

2. Dinner. 

3. Allen Overton, Moderator, called the session to order. 

4. Host Pastor, James Tyndall, greeted the messengers and visitors, read Romans 1:7, 
and led in prayer. 

5. Lucille Yancey, Associate Clerk, gave the registration report: From 26 churches, 114 
Messengers and Alternates, 26 visitors for a total of 140 registered. She moved these con- 
stitute a quorum and along with others to register, comprise the Association in session and 
proceed with the business at hand. The motion was seconded and carried. 

6. The Moderator announced Harvey Blanton and wife being married 60 years. 

7. Business: 

a. Gary Rouse presented the Treasurer's Report noting various items. 



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b. Brinson Vestal made a motion to adopt the Proposed Budget for 1998. It was sec- 
onded and approved. 

c. Time and Place Committee report - Kevin Purcell 

At the end of the current rotation of places to meet, it was recommended Beulaville 
be paired with Corinth. For next year the Preacher of the Annual Sermon is to be 
Albert Pope with Paul Rose as alternate. A motion was made to adopt which was 
seconded and carried. 

8. Miscellaneous Business: 

a. Memorial Committee Report - William Parsons 

b. Resolutions Committee Report - David Kolb 

A motion was made to adopt, which was seconded and approved. 

9. Messengers sang "When We Walk With the Lord." 

10. Offering. 

1 1 . Director of Missions Report - Jim Camp 
New pastors were announced: 

Greg Day - Rowan 

Larry Blount - Magnolia 

James Tyndall - Bear Marsh 

John Isenberg - Albertson 

Odell Peterson - Union Grove 
He read from Joel 2:28 and Acts 2:17. 

If you have no vision you will perish. What are your dreams for your church and 
Association? We cover an area that is changing fast. Local towns will one day be bedroom 
communities. The Interstate Highway is bringing different people into our area. Industry will 
continue to grow. The economy is on the upswing. Hispanic people are living here year 
round. We are the only Association in the state with four Hispanic Missions. Many will marry 
and remain in the area. We must reach out to them for Jesus Christ in love, ministry, and 
lead them to Jesus Christ. 

Mission involvement is a great need in our area. Two groups went to Trinidad for 
VBS work this summer. Some went to the Ukraine. There is a Scholarship trust, two 
Evangelism trusts, and one Hispanic trust. 

Dreams before us include: Fifteen pastors going on mission trips in 1998. At least 
one lay person from each church going on a mission trip, return to Trinidad of VBS and 
revival. God would give us the entire building for an Association Office, adding two more 
Hispanic missions, and an Anglo mission. 

12. Church Program Reports: 

WMU - Mary Ellen Wells 
Sunday School - Jim Drake 
Discipleship Training 
Church Music - Jean Hatch 
Brotherhood - Jimmy Creech 

13. Elwood Oliver led in special prayer for Bud Howard of Albertson Church. 

14. Special Music from Bear Marsh Church: "The Touch of His Hand," "What a Lovely 
Name." 

15. Message - Nelson Tilton 

Reading from Acts chapter 3, he spoke to the leaders who would be installed. 
Did the man expect to walk that day? What will you, the church, new Christians, 
look like in the days to come? Who will they be praising? 

All Christians are expected to take responsibility in God's kingdom. 



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1 . Walk with Jesus 

We are to walk constantly, considerate, and unashamed. It should be obvious 

who we are. 

2. Leap 

We need to leap to take leadership responsibility in our church. We should leap 
on the opportunity to learn another language. 

3. Praise God 

We must keep Jesus at the center of it all. We must take charge of our future. 
We must make decisions - the choice is ours. 

What is the future? The choice is yours. Keep Jesus in the center. 

16. Installation of officers by Nelson Tilton. 

17. Benediction - Dan Sellers. 

Clerk's note: Second night registration: From 38 churches there were 155 messengers, 71 
visitors, 2 EBA staff, and one other, for a total of 229 registered. 

Following deletions for duplications, from 40 churches and missions, there were 151 
Messengers, estimate 85 Visitors, 2 EBA staff, and one other, for a total registration of 239. 




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Members Deceased During the Year 



ALBERTSON 

Mrs. Mary L. Harper 

BEAR MARSH 

Mrs. Louise H. Bar field 
Mrs. Ruth D. Carr 
Mrs. Louise H. Davis 
Mrs. Louise S. Davis 
Mrs. Bobbie S. Deaver 
Mrs. Louise B. Merritt 
Mrs. Elsie B. Pipkin 

BEULAVILLE 

Mrs. Hazel Brinson 
Mrs. Janice Williams 

BROWN 

Mr. Odell Cashwell 

Mr. Curtis Pope, Deacon 

Mrs. Edna A. Powell 

CALVARY 

Mr. Lonnie Newsome 

CLINTON FIRST 

Mr. Henry Alford 

Mr. Harry Hall 

Mrs. Lela Hargrove 

Mrs. Annie Ruth C. Jones 

Mr. Clyde Poole 

Mr. Charles L. Pope 

Mrs. Verdie G. Powell 

Mr. Leon Royal 

Mrs. Flonnie Tew 

CONCORD 

Mrs. Alice Usher 

CORINTH 

Mrs. Leona Johnson 

Mr. George W. Jones, Dea. 

Mrs. Norma Knowles 

Mr. W. Price Knowles, Dea. 

Mr. Ivey R. Tom Knowles, Jr. 

Mrs. Henrietta Young 

EVERGREEN 

Mr. George W. Rogers, Sr. 



FAISON 

Marie Brock 
Bobby Lee 
Carlton Thornton 
Jackie Vernon 

GARLAND 

Mrs. Thelma Cain 
Ms. Shelby Castleberry 
Ms. Hattie Howell 
Mrs. Foy Johnson 
Ms. Vivian Johnson 
Mr. Spurgean Smith, Jr. 
Mr. Tracey Tingle 

GROVE PARK 

Mrs. Thelma Gaddy 
Mrs. Hattie Howell 
Mrs. Gertrude Lewis 
Dea. Charles Warren 

HICKORY GROVE 

Mr. Jimmy Gainey, Deacon 
Mrs. Addie Sinclair 
Mr. Lumis Strickland, Dea. 
Mr. Samp Weeks 

IMMANUEL 

Mr. Rob Avery 
Mrs. Margaret Clewis 
Mrs. Hazel Crumpler 
Miss Dellie Honeycutt 
Mrs. Peggie T. Parsons 

INGOLD 

Miss Macy Blackburn 
Mr. Perry E. Pope, Dea. 

ISLAND CREEK 

Mr. Ed Duff 

JOHNSON 

Mr. R.A. Best 
Mrs. Mary Kirby 
Mr. Lloyd Taylor 



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KENANSVILLE 

Mrs. Leona Brown 

Mrs. Hazel Grady 

Mr. O.A. (Ted) Kennedy 

MAGNOLIA 

Mr. Gordon "Jack" Joyner 
Rev. Herbert Lanier, Pastor 
Mrs. Rannie "Sue" McDine 
Mrs. Helen Smith 
Mrs. Annie Mae Wells 

MOUNT GILEAD 

Mr. Berkley Burke 
Mr. Clarence Burke 
Ms. Mildred Foreman 
Ms. Maude R. Moore 

MOUNT OLIVE 

Mr. Marion Brogden 
Mr. Clyde Reaves 
Mrs. R.C. Sherlock 
Ms. Helen Sullivan 
Mrs. Donnie Thompson 
Mrs. Eva Tillman 

MOUNT VERNON 

Mrs. Kathleen P. Beeson 
Mrs. Lona McLamb 
Mr. Jimmy Waters 

NEW HOPE 

Mr. Henry Miller 
Mrs. Isabel Miller 
Mrs. Mabel Smith 

PINEY GROVE 

Mr. Sidney Darden 

Mrs. Doris K. Hollingsworth 

POSTON 

Mrs. Lena Brown 
Mrs. Lula Dixon 
Mr. Sam Jones 
Mrs. Shirley Pierce 



ROSE HILL 

Mrs. Adelle Cottle 
Mrs. Carlotta Edward 
Mr. Gene Herring 
Mrs. Grace Newton 
Mr. Gene Parker, II 

ROWAN 

Mr. Jacob Bowles 
Mr. Alton Carr, Dea. 
Mrs. Laureen Foster 
Mrs. Ercel D. Hall 
Mrs. Bessie Swinson 
Mr. McCray Woodard 

SILOAM 

Mr. Hallie J. Page, Sr. 

TEACHEY 

Mr. Carlyle Carr 
Mr. B.J. Rivenbark 
Mr. Leo Sellars 
Mrs. Dorothy W. Wells 

WARSAW 

Mr. Otis Aldridge 
Mr. Paul Barnette 
Mr. Fayette Batts, Dea. 
Mrs. Martha Buck 
Rev. Ben Eason, Dea. 
Mrs. Daisy Hart 
Mr. Milton Hudson 
Mrs. Lucille Jones 
Mrs. Leitha Kennedy 
Mrs. Grace Rochelle 
Mr. Marvin Sutton, Dea. 
Mrs. Eunice Wood 

WELLS CHAPEL 

Mr. Ray Smith 

WHITE OAK 

Mrs. Eva H. McCullen 
Mrs. Frances Rich 
Mrs. Frances West 




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Sunday School Annual Report 1996-97 



During the 1996-97 Associational year, the Associational Consultant Team, formerly 
known as the Associational Sunday School Improvement and Support Team, of the Eastern 
Baptist Association assisted churches in improving their Bible reaching-teaching by: 

1. Conducting four (4) Associational S.S. Training Schools across our association 
during the months of November and February. A total of 119 S.S. workers 
attended. 

2. Sponsoring an age-graded Associational Winter Bible Study in January. Dr. David 
Beck of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary was the teacher. Eighty-three 
persons from 15 churches attended. 

3. Conducting a Vacation Bible School Early Bird Clinic for VBS Directors and 
Pastors in March. Fourteen VBS Directors and Pastors from six churches attended. 

4. Conducting an Associational Vacation Bible School Clinic in April. A total of 108 
persons from 20 churches attended. 

5. Providing personal consulation to churches on strengthening their Bible reaching- 
teaching ministry. 

6. Providing information, training and consultation during the Associational Key 
Leadership in August. 

7. Sending members of the ASSISTeam to various training conferences throughout the 
year in order to increase their knowledge and skills in the Bible teaching-reaching 
ministry of the church. 

A special word of thanks goes to each member of the ASSISTeam. These folks serve 
out of a dedication to Christ and His church and the desire to help the churches in our asso- 
ciation do their best at reaching people for life-changing Bible study. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gene Lakey 

Executive Board Report 

The Association met at its three regular times. Allen Overton, Moderator, presided at 
each session. Regular reports from Committees and Church Program representatives were 
given. The January meeting was at Island Creek Baptist Church with 26 churches repre- 
sented. A motion to accept the recommendation of Philip Shuford as Mission Ministries 
Director was adopted. Nancy Sinclair presented plans for Cliff wood, a not for profit 
Christian retirement community to be built near Fayetteville, to be managed by the Baptist 
Retirement Homes of NC. Jim Camp presented plans for two misison trips to Trinidad. 

At the April meeting at Mt. Olive, First Baptist Church, 32 churches were represented. 
A motion carried to change the meeting time of the Annual Session to two evening meet- 
ings. The Nominating Committee made nominations for several leadership positions with- 
in the Association. The motion was approved. Dan Sellers was presented as pastor of 
Shiloh. 



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At the July meeting at Shiloh Baptist Church 20 churches were represented. There was 
not a quorum present, but reports were presented. The Elwyn Murray Scholarship 
Committee awarded scholarships to Robert Brenton Davis, Jr., Calypso, Mt. Olive College; 
Jennifer Gaye Rouse, Clinton, First, Meredith College; Jule M. Scott, Johnson, Campbell 
University; K. Ginger Scott, Johnson, NC State University; Belina Faye Tart, Browns, Mt. 
Olive College; and Leeanna Dean Thigpen, Beulaville, East Carolina University. Douglas 
Shenton reported on the first Trinidad Mission trip. James Tyndall, pastor of Bear Marsh 
was presented. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ottis L. King, Clerk 

Woman's Missionary Union 

Hand in Hand . "For we are partners working together for God, 
and you are God's field. You are also God's building." - 1 Corinthians 3:9 TEV 

For eighty-eight years, Woman's Missionary Union in this association has been a posi- 
tive force in the lives of men, women and children. The women have consistently applied 
themselves to the two original stated tasks for which national WMU was organized in 1886: 
"Stimulating the Missionary Spirit" and "Collecting Funds" for missions. The cause 
is missions. The people are Baptist women. 

WMU 1996-97 continued in historical functions by leading the children to study missions 
and to be involved hand-in-hand with adults in missions projects. Seasons of Prayer and 
financial support of home and foreign missions are carefully observed. Spiritual 
Development has become an important WMU focus. 

During the year 1996-97, the Associational WMU Leadership Teams took advantage of 
State training, held in-house training sessions, and conducted training for church WMU lead- 
ers. 

A few of the year's special activities: 

>► A conference for church WMU directors was included in the EBA Key Leadership 
Conference in August 1996. 

>► In September 1996, the Leadership Team held training sessions for 76 WMU lead- 
ers from 12 churches. 

> November 4, women of Eastern Association gathered at several locations to pray for 
missions, in observance of Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer. The $235 offer- 
ing was contributed to the ministry of the Baptist World Alliance. 

> In late November and all through December, the women were praying and collect- 
ing funds for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for Foreign Missions. They also 
contributed $500 for the special State Christmas project, ministering to inmates at 
North Carolina Women's Prison. 

>• On a bitterly cold January Saturday, about 100 women were blessed through a 
prayer retreat at Poston. 

>► During Associational Missions Week, the Leadership Team hosted an appreci- 
ation luncheon for EBA staff and spouses. 

> February 22, a hundred GA and Acteen girls and their leaders met at Piney Grove 
for a rally, arranged by Ann Byrd and Kathy Bailey. 

>► In February WMU Focus Week was observed, and emphasis on Home Mission study 
and the Annie Armstrong Offering for Home Missions began. 



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>► In March, 26 WMU/EBA members attended Missions Extravaganza at 

Ridgecrest. 

> Throughout the year, the women have addressed the Missions Involvement 
Emphasis: Project Help: Child Advocacy. 

> Brenda Matthis and Cyndie Falatovich coordinated with Baptist Men to hold 
Seasonal Farmworkers' Picnics. 

>■ These new organizations were formed: Warsaw, Garner's Chapel and Mt. Vernon, 
Youth on Mission; Poplar Grove and Teachey, GAs; Rose Hill, Children in 
Action, and Teachey, Acteens. 
There is a keener awareness than ever before of the importance of the North Carolina 
Missions Offering. Changes in funding and budgeting demand it. NCMO is the sole 
source of money for the operation of the North Carolina Missionary Union. The 
Associational Leadership Team, as well as church WMU leaders, enjoy a continuing rela- 
tionship with the state staff. The missions hands and hearts of all the women to obey The 
Great Commission cry out for support. 

WMU Eighty-Eighth Annual Session Minutes 

The Eighty-eighth Annual Session of WMU, Eastern Baptist Association met Thursday, 
April 24, 1997, at Mt. Gilead Baptist Church, Clinton, North Carolina, with Director Mary 
Evelyn Wells presiding. A total of 210 attendees represented 29 EBA churches and includ- 
ed nine pastors, Director of Missions Jim Camp, Missions Ministries Director Phillip Shuford, 
EBA secretary Jo Robinson, and eight visitors. 

Following congregational singing of "In Christ There Is No East Nor West," Pastor Lynn 
Bullock led the prayer of invocation, and Mrs. Bullock welcomed the assembly to Mt. Gilead. 
Joyce Camp presented an inspirational interpretation of the WMU theme "Hand in Hand." 

Minutes of the 1996 Annual Session were read and approved. By-Laws amendments 
were adopted as presented. Helen Britt invited WMU-EBA 1998 Annual Session to Faison 
Baptist Church. 

The Young Musicians of Mt. Gilead presented a program of vocal and "signed" music. 
Karen Driskell, Myron Bass and the Mount Gilead Joy Makers presented other special 
music at various points in the afternoon and evening programs. 

Carolyn Drew recognized longtime member of Kenansville WMU, Mrs. Lorena Vestal as 
WMU Woman of the Year. Mrs. Vestal responded, graciously accepting the plaque and cor- 
sage. 

Director of Missions Jim Camp spoke of the Hand in Hand experience of WMU and the 
Association, then introduced Phillip Shuford, new Missions Ministries Director who talked 
about his call to service and his aspirations for the work in Eastern. 

Featured speaker Cara Lynn Croom, Missions Support Consultant, NC WMU, chal- 
lenged women in the churches to work hand-in-hand with our State WMU in programs and 
ministries. 

Mount Gilead ladies served a delicious meal. 

Mrs. Wells re-called the meeting to order at 7:00. Gail Whaley led prayer time, espe- 
cially in observance of the prayer calendar of the twenty-one missionaries whose names 
were called. 



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The following were elected and installed as 1997-98 officers: 



WMU Director Mary Evelyn Wells 

Assistant Director Carolyn Drew 

Secretary Lucille Yancey 

Missions Growth Consultant Joyce Camp 

Assistant Missions Growth Consultant Lois Colwell 

Missions Involvement Coordinator Helen Register 

Assistant Missions Involvement Consultant Gail Whaley 

Women on Mission Consultant Brenda Matthis 

Assistant Women on Mission Consultant Ladeane Little 

Acteen Consultant Ann Byrd 

Assistant Acteen Consultant Jennifer Brinson 

Girls in Action Consultant 

Assistant Girls in Action Consultant Allison Hall 

Mission Friends Consultant Donna Owens 

Assistant Mission Friends Consultant Jane Robinson 

Ethnic/Language Culture Consultant Florence Hoover 

Assistant Ethnic/Language Culture Consultant Bobbie Ashford 

Area Consultants: 

Clinton Inez Peterson 

Garland/Star ....Betty Sanderson 

Faison/Warsaw Mary Hester Powell 

Mount Olive Marjorie Garris 

Wallace/Rose Hill Arlene Rhoades 



Ann Byrd introduced special guest speakers, Rev. and Mrs. Archie Jones, former mis- 
sionaries. Caroline Jones' father, U.A. McManus was once pastor of Bear Marsh Church and 
had also served as DOM in Eastern Association. Mr. and Mrs. Jones held the attention of 
all listeners, as they effectively described their work as missionaries in Chile. 

The $385 offering was designed for the renovation project at Camp Mundo Vista. 

Future host churches for annual sessions are: 



1998 Faison 

1999 Grove Park 

2000 Poston 

2001 Bear Marsh 

2002 Garland 

2003 Immanuel 



Mary Evelyn Wells, Director 
Lucille Yancey, Secretary 




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Elwyn G. Murray, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Committee 

In 1997 the Elwyn G. Murray, Jr. Scholarship Trust with the Baptist Foundation of NC, 
provided funds for six scholarships for students of our Baptist churches. Each student 
received $200 which was sent to the school he attends. Each year letters are sent to a num- 
ber of people who contribute to this trust. We encourage people to contribute each year. 

The following received the scholarships in 1997: Belinda Tart, Brown Baptist and 
Roger Davis from Calypso Baptist - both are attending Mount Olive College; Leeanna 
Thigpen, Beulaville Baptist, a student at East Carolina University. Ginger Scott of Johnson 
Baptist, a student at NC State University; Julie Scott Batts of Johnson Baptist is a student 
at Campbell University, and Jennifer Rouse of Clinton, First is a student at Meredith College. 

Any student at a college or university who is a member of EBA churches may apply. For 
application or information, one may contact the EBA Center. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jimmy Johnson, Chairman 

Ordination Committee Report 

The EBA Ordination Committee met at the EBA Center, May 25, 1997, at 2:00 P.M. 
for the purpose of examining Mr. Rigoberto Lopez, at the request of the Warsaw Baptist 
Church. He is pastor of Getsemani Hispanic Mission in Warsaw. 

August 24, 1997, at the request of Calvary Baptist Church, the Committee examined 
Tim Gore, who had been called to pastor Calvary Baptist Church, Warsaw. This examina- 
tion took place at the EBA Center at 3:00 PM. 

At 4:00 PM that same day, we examined Kenneth Smith, at the request of Brown 
Baptist Church. He was called by Poplar Grove Baptist Church, Faison, as pastor. 

The Committee recommended to the respective churches, that each of these men be 
ordained. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Aubrey Quakenbush, Chairman 

Brotherhood 

Brotherhood activities within the associational churches vary from well-attended, vibrant 
and working Brotherhood groups to those churches without any formal group. The purpose 
of our Baptist Men and Royal Ambassador groups is to involve men and boys in missions. 
To that extent, men and boys have been involved in various projects within their own church 
fields including handyman projects in the churches and in the homes of elderly or needy. 
While we had no formal associational group involved in Hurricane Fran clean-up, men and 
boys were involved in clean-up, fix-up, and other projects right in their own church fields. 
Our churches and communities experienced first-hand the ministry of our North Carolina 
Baptist Men through Disaster Relief Ministry in the form of feeding sites within our associ- 
ation and help in restoring roofs and homes. 



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Our Brotherhood Rally was held at Sharon Baptist Church and was well-attended. We 
heard from our mission to the deaf and one of our missions to Spanish-speaking people in 
our area. The remainder of our time was spent sharing ministry opportunities our churches 
were involved in to give all of us an awareness of how we might get involved in our churches 
and communities. 

A Royal Ambassador Racing Car Derby was held at Immanuel Baptist Church and was 
well-attended by several churches. The boys, dads, and families enjoyed a fun-time of fel- 
lowship and competition. 

Our Baptist Men have joined with our Women on Mission to challenge our churches in 
meeting our $25,000 Associational North Carolina Missions Offering goal. The final results 
are not in; however, our prayer is that we go over this goal, and may our Lord be glorified 
through the missions work accomplished in the coming year! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jimmy Creech 

Vacation Bible School Report 



The Associational VBS Clinic was held May 2, 1997 at the Warsaw Baptist Church with 
50 people in attendance. 







Avg. 


Decisions 


Standard 


Church 


Enrollment 


Attendance 


Made 


Level 


Alum Springs 


44 


44 


1 


Standard 


Bear Marsh 


24 


24 





? 


Beulaville 


139 


135 


1 


Standard 


Brown 


74 


63 





Standard 


Calypso 


67 


50 





Standard 


Clinton, FBC 


153 


151 





? 


Concord 


84 


66 





? 


Corinth 


64 


71 





? 


Faison 


79 


63 





? 


Garland 


101 


84 





? 


Garner's Chapel 


61 


41 





? 


Grove Park 


102 


82 





Standard 


Immanuel 


80 


25 





Standard 


Ingold 


32 


30 





? 


Island Creek 


35 


32 





Standard 


Kenansville 


186 


149 





Standard 


Mt. Gilead 


73 


63 


1 


Standard 


Mount Olive, FBC 


118 


108 


10 


? 


Piney Grove 


66 


55 


? 


? 


Poston 


83 


60 





? 


Rose Hill 


? 


80 


1 


Standard 


Rowan 


101 


90 


3 


Standard 


Serenity 


46 


46 


? 


? 


Sharon 


75 


59 





Standard 


Shiloh 


110 


97 





? 


Teachey 


51 


41 


1 


? 



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Turkey 
Union Grove 
Warsaw 
White Oak 



75 
50 
22 
47 



66 



20 
37 










Standard 

? 
? 

Standard 



Resort and Leisure Ministry 



The Resort and Leisure Ministries Committee has laid the ground work for a very effec- 
tive year in 1998. Though no official activity in the form of ministry took place from this 
committee, plans have been made to reach out to several different communities throughout 
our association in the coming 12 months. Due to state requirements, we were unable to 
accomplish a rest-stop ministry at 1-40 in Warsaw, but do plan on attempting this again in 
the 1998 calendar year. We covet your prayers for this opportunity to share the love of 
Christ by sharing a cup of cold water, a chair for rest, or a table for changing a diaper. 



This year has been another year of growth for the senior citizens of EBA. The commit- 
tee has been made up of Jane Kaleel, Marjorie Garris, Thurston Little, Dr. Jim Drake, and 
Blanche Casey. We have regularly met to plan for outings and program. 

In October 1996, a group attended a Senior Adult Retreat at Caraway for an inspira- 
tional time. In December 1996, a bus load attended Star of Bethlehem at the Planetarium 
in Chapel Hill. In March 1997, the Annual Senior Adult Rally was held at Bear Marsh 
Baptist Church with good attendance. Mrs. Alice Watkins spoke on Alzheimer's. Linda Pope 
gave an inspirational message in word and song. Also in March, a bus load attended the 
Easter Storv . presented by Piney Grove Church near Williamstown. The Annual Picnic was 
held in September with a good group attending to hear the Hee-Haw Gang. 

We hope next year will be another year of blessings for each of you that have made these 
programs and trips possible. 



This year we have been trying to organize the different organizations in the mission, such 
as Brotherhood, WMU, Youth, Finance Committee and Missions Council. Although this 
process has been very slow, due to the fact that we depend on migrant members who may 
stay in North Carolina through the year, but still may change jobs and move to other towns. 
Nevertheless, the Lord has been good to us because, notwithstanding the circumstances, 
there has been some progress in our congregation. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mark Thomas, Chairman 



Senior Adult Ministry 



Respectfully submitted, 
Blanche Casey, Chairman 



Maranatha Baptist Mission of 
First Baptist Church, Clinton 



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This year we had 40 professions of faith, nine baptisms, and our membership grew from 
29 to 43, we distributed 323 Bibles, added a prison ministry and many doors were opened 
to accept witnessing. 

Our accomplishments this year will be our goals for the next one; therefore, we will con- 
tinue to pray and hope that you will do the same. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Pedro Bueno, Mission Pastor 

Medical/Dental Van Ministry 

This year the Medical/Dental Van team has been evaluating the direction of this min- 
istry. Last year, when the Medical/Dental Bus came to the area, there was a very small turn- 
out of those needing medical/dental assistance, and most of those who did come were in 
need of dental help. Unfortunately, we were only able to enlist one dentist to help in this 
effort. This year, when we called to schedule the Bus, its schedule was already filled except 
for holiday weekends. The Committee is currently in the process of determining some alter- 
native areas of medical/dental ministry besides calling in the Medical/Dental Van. We 
believe God has and will continue to use this type of ministry. Our goal now is to locate the 
door for ministry that God is opening. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Farrell Miller, Chairman 

Multihousing Ministry 

In our first year of existence we have experienced some growing pains, but they were 
not too bad! We met three times, on April 3, 1997, May 22, 1997, and September 2, 1997. 
Surveys were sent to each church to establish just what was being done and where the needs 
might be. We received six responses and discovered that some of us were doing some good 
things in this field. May we as a committee help you as an excellent resource center or in 
some other way. We hope you will look at the mobile home parks, apartment complexes, 
etc., and decide that you can do a Backyard Bible Club, Bible study, prayer ventures, sur- 
veys, or any kind of witness you deem appropriate. Please be in prayer for the Hidden Valley 
Plantation ministry and all other ministries that are being done in our association. I would 
like to offer a word of THANKS to all our committee members for their effort and espe- 
cially, Rev. Phillip Shuford, MMD, EBA, who was a great inspiration and help to us with his 
divine guidance. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Jimmy Johnson, Chairman 



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Church Music Report 

The Church Music Program leaders have worked this year with the Program Committee 
to implement changes to strengthen our annual associational meetings. The main focus has 
been the formation of a children's choir, representative of our churches. This choir is pre- 
senting special music during the Monday evening session of this year's Associational meet- 
ing. A special thanks to the children's choir leaders in our churches for their leadership, and 
also to the parents for their encouragement and assistance. 

Children are not only the "church of tomorrow," but also the "association of tomorrow." 
Their early-age involvement in our meetings is a key ingredient toward their later involve- 
ment as young adults, median adults, and senior adults. 

In future years, let us strive to involve more people of all ages in our annual session. This 
will strengthen our association and our churches. 

Jean Hatch 
Associational Music Director 

Mentally Handicapped Ministry Report 

When activities are held on an associational level, our plans include four group homes 
(21 residents), Heritage Care (9 residents), Warsaw Skilled Creations group home (six resi- 
dents). Our group usually totals 40 plus special people plus care givers. 

"Happy New Year" was the theme of a gathering of mentally handicapped adults at 
FBC, Clinton on December 31. First we met in the Chapel, where Rev. Mack Musselwhite 
led the group in a worship service, which concluded with a candlelight ceremony. 
Afterwards, we adjourned to the Fellowship Hall for food, fellowship, and fun. At our 
appointed hour, balloons fell from the ceiling as we donned hats and rang noise-makers to 
welcome 1997. 

The Brotherhood of Evergreen Baptist Church held its annual Easter Brunch in March. 
Every year we look forward to great food and fellowship and beautiful decorations. This year 
we were treated to great hymns, an Easter message from a puppet of Paula Matthis and a 
soliloquy by Mrs. Louise Todd. 

Many of our group attended the ever-growing Spring Fling at Campbell University in 
April. Everyone had a great time, in spite of the rain. 

The "New Life Singers," from Wilson, presented a concert for the handicapped in 
August at Turkey Baptist Church. Before the service, refreshments were served. All who 
attended enjoyed great gospel singing and an inspiring service. 

If you know a mentally handicapped individual that needs to be included in our ministry 
to special people, please let us know so we can be in contact with them. 

If you or your group would like to help with an activity, please contact us. Each quarter 
we try to have an activity for these special people. 

EBA Mentally Handicapped Ministry Committee: 
Pat Brown, 592-3457 
Margaret Musselwhite, 592-2056 
Michelle Reynolds, 592-6767 
Carole Todd, 532-2271 



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Report of "Getsemani" Hispanic Baptist Mission 

of Warsaw Baptist Church, Warsaw, NC 

This summary contains the principal activities of Getsemani Hispanic Baptist Mission in 
Warsaw, North Carolina, and her pastor, Rev. Rigoberto Lopez. This summary will be divided 
into four points: Organization, Growth, Ministry of the Pastor, and Existing Needs in the 
mission. 

I. ORGANIZATION. 

1. Sunday School. We have organized five Sunday School classes: Adults, 
Youth, and three Children's classes. When the need arises we maintain a class for 
baptismal candidates. 

2. Services. We have four weekly services, for the following purposes: 
Thanksgiving (Wednesday), Prayer (Friday), Evangelism (Saturday), and Worship 
(Sunday). 

3. Bible Studies. We have a Bible study every Tuesday in the home of one of our 
members, teaching Baptist doctrine, and discipling the believers in the Baptist 
Faith. 

4. Committees. 

A) Our Mission Committee, elected every year, directs the monthly business 
meetings of the Missionm and meets monthly with the representatives of 
Warsaw Baptist Church. 

B) We have a women's group working as a Women's Missionary Union, which 
meets every Thursday in members' homes, for Bible study and prayer. Recently 
the adult men have met to form their own men's organization. Also, we have 
a Young People's group that is already active. 

5. A bulletin is prepared every week. 

II. GROWTH. 

1. During the past year, the Mission's membership has grown to 43 members and 
we have had 42 professions of faith (not all of these who made professions of 
faith are here now, because they travel to other states after the agricultural season). 
In addition, we have had 12 baptisms and two evangelistic revivals. 

2. Our members have shown spiritual growth, and we have seen the changes in 
the members of the Mission, both in their relationship one with another and in 
their relationship with God. This active participation of the members of the 
Mission in different ministries of the church is a sign of spiritual maturity and dis- 
cipleship, and is a positive result of their spiritual growth. 

3. The Mission is being moved to begin a witnessing ministry, and has a plan to 
go out into trailer parks, where we find the greatest concentration of Hispanics in 
the area. 

III. MINISTRY OF THE PASTOR. 

1. The pastor's ministry has concentrated on the study of the Scriptures, for 
preaching and teaching, supported by prayer. 

2. Also, the pastor is occupied with evangelistic visits and helping the members 

with their needs, including sickness, unemployment, marital difficulties, and others. 
And, thanks to God, we have been able to overcome some of the many crises that 
our members are confronting. 



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IV. NEEDS OF A PERMANENT MISSION. 

The growth in the number of Hispanics in the area make us aware that the 
Mission has a strong role to fulfill with regards to the Church's mission to take 
the gospel to every human being that does not know the Lord. Unfortunately, the 
resources that we Hispanic Christians have are not sufficient to respond to all the 
needs that immigrants to this country have. For this reason, we are thankful to 
the Eastern Baptist Association, for your support. We request that you con- 
tinue to support us in these moments in which the crises faced by immigrants 
grow. 

Thanking you for your attention, respectfully submitted, your Brother in Christ, 

Rigoberto Lopez R. 
(Translated from the original Spanish document 
by Phillip Shuford, Missions Ministry Director, EBA) 



Report of "Emanuel" Hispanic Baptist Mission 

of Rose Hill Baptist Church, Rose Hill, NC (co-sponsored by FBC, Wallace, NC) 





Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


Jun. 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Average attendance 


41 


23 


35 


30 


45 


52 


43 


62 


51 


Monthly offerings 


1120.15 


984.67 


737.77 


620.37 


588.80 


691.07 


406.20 


652.77 


653.72 



Offerings accumulated: 6,455.52 Average attendance (year to date): 42 



The first year has been a year of learning, and of adjusting to this ministry. I am serving 
as pastor of two missions, which means that I do not serve this mission on a full-time basis. 
But the grace of God has been evident and we have persons whose lives have been changed. 
We have had two baptisms and 17 persons have made professions of faith. 

In all of this process I have been observing, trying to define what will be our mission, 
purposes, strategies, and structure that we will be following. I have defined a profile of the 
type of person that we will reach and we are defining what ministries fill the pressing needs 
of the Hispanics in this area. 

I have discovered that the three pressing needs of Hispanics here are: 

(1) work , so as to deal with their difficult economic situation (this being the principal 
reason for their coming to this country); 

(2) fellowship , so as to deal with their loneliness, from being so far from their families, 
and from the rejection that they perceive in this country; 

(3) living situation , so as to find a place to live and to feel part of where they live, and 
to deal with the constant abuses of those owners of trailer parks that charge high 
rent for trailers in very bad conditions. 

As a mission, it is our dream to develop a network and information center for job oppor- 
tunities to facilitate the placement of these persons into the labor force. 

As a mission, it is our dream to have a lot of 15 acres where we can have a building with 
capacity of 350 persons, Sunday School classes, and recreation facilities where Hispanics 
can feel a sense of family and combat their loneliness. 



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As a mission, it is our dream to develop a housing project in conjunction with the pri- 
vate sector, with Baptist brothers who love the Lord, and other available resources, to make 
dignified living conditions at fair prices possible for our Hispanic brothers. 

I stand before you today saying that these dreams will become reality, because they are 
within biblical principals, and, I know furthermore, they are within the heart of God. 

Pastor Lawrence Otarola 
(Translated from the original Spanish document 
by Phillip Shuford, Mission Ministries Director, EBA) 

Language Missions Ministry 

The Language Missions Ministry of Eastern Baptist Association has the privilege of lead- 
ing our churches to take the good news of Jesus Christ to persons in our area who first lan- 
guage is not English. The great increase of people coming to our area from foreign coun- 
tries, who speak different languages and bring with them different cultures, presents a great 
challenge to Great Commission Christians who want every person to know about Jesus. 

We thank God for those churches (First Mount Olive, First Clinton, Warsaw, and Rose 
Hill) that have not only accepted the responsibility of sponsoring a Spanish mission, but that 
reap the blessings of sponsorship as well. 

We thank God for our Hispanic pastors (Vicente Rangel, Pedro Bueno, Rigoberto Lopez, 
and Lawrence Otarola), for their love of the Lord and their labor for His kingdom. 

We thank God for the members of our four Spanish missions, and for the growth in 
numbers and in spiritual maturity that is becoming evident. 

We thank God that Mount Olive Hispanic mission moved this year into beautiful new 
worship facilities. 

We thank God for the Women on Mission of our association who worked diligently to 
make our three picnics for seasonal farmworkers a success. 

We thank God for the two mission groups from Alabama who came into our area this 
summer. These groups traveled many miles to work in our mission fields, doing Backyard 
Bible Clubs, and visiting, singing and preaching in our area nursing homes. 

We thank God for Sharon Toney of Buies Creek, North Carolina, who took her week of 
vacation to do a Backyard Bible Club with the children of the crew chief in an area migrant 
camp. 

We thank God for the Eastern Baptist Association Christians who have accepted Christ's 
invitation to minister to our non English-Speaking neighbors through English as a Second 
Language class. 

We thank God for all the churches, youth groups, and missions organizations, who put 
together health kits, donated funds to buy Spanish Bibles, donated food to our Food Pantry, 
and helped in our Clothes Closet ministry, because they love Jesus and want others to know 
about Him. 

While much has been done, there is still much to do. Many communities in our area, 
with large concentrations of Hispanics, are without a Baptist witness in Spanish. Consistent 
ministry to seasonal farmworkers requires that churches maintain a continued presence in 
area migrant camps and flea markets. French and Creole-speaking people come to our area 
every year and never hear a word from us about Jeus who died for them. The mobile home 
parks that we drive by every day are self-contained mission fields where children wait for us 
to come and tell them the story of Jesus. 



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The Great Commission says "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every crea- 
ture" (Mark 16:15). The world has truly come to us. Please pray for this ministry, and thank 
God for all He has done through the Eastern Baptist Association. 



The Church Extension Ministry of Eastern Baptist Association has been charged with the 
responsibility of assisting the churches of the association begin new works. This is a rather 
daunting task since many believe that new churches are not needed until our existing 
churches are full. 

However, we believe that Jesus did not command us to fill churches, but to win the lost. 
Studies show that new churches tend to grow more rapidly, and win more people, than do 
older, existing congregations. 

Thus, one of the best ways an older, existing church can win the lost and see growth is 
by starting a new church. Your association's Church Extension Ministry exists to help our 
churches grow (both numerically and spiritually) by beginning new works. 

This year, chairman Paul Kennedy moved to another field of service, and your associa- 
tion's Church Extension Ministry considered different ways that we could be of service to our 
churches. We stand ready and willing in 1998 to work with our churches, to win the lost 
and plant new works for the glory of God. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Phillip Shuford, Missions Ministry Director, EBA, for 
Rev. Clyde Davis, Chairman, Language Missions Ministry 



Church Extension Ministry 



Respectfully submitted, 
for the Church Extension Ministry, 
Rev. Phillip Shuford, Missions Ministries Director, EBA 



Church Contributions to Associational Missions 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



Nine Months Ending 



Albertson 

Alum Springs 

Bear Marsh 

Beulah 

Beulaville 

Brown 

Calvary 

Calypso 

Center 

Clinton, FBC 

Hispanic Bautista Maranatha 

Concord 

Corinth 



1995 
1,134.00 
845.00 
550.00 
729.00 



1,562.00 
1,035.00 

550.00 

466.00 
2,827.00 

300.00 
1,357.00 
1,020.00 

647.00 
8,565.00 

188.00 
1,006.00 
3,807.00 



1996 



199Z 
1,508.52 
1,020.00 
600.00 



200.00 
1,563.00 
955.00 
274.00 
9,380.00 
71.00 
1,246.00 
3,572.00 



.00 



-0- 

11,362.75 
-0- 



1,411.29 
1,020.00 

710.00 
8,767.30 

311.72 
1,297.59 
3,868.77 



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Dobson Chapel 


2,998.00 


2,170.00 


3,095.30 


Emanuel Spanish 


.00 


.00 


75.00 


Evergreen 


1,500.00 


2,250.00 


2,500.00 


Faison 


1,484.00 


2,126.00 


2,104.84 


Garland 


2,996.00 


3,921.00 


3,910.46 


Garner's Chapel 


1,100.00 


750.00 


450.00 


Grove Park 


4,591.00 


4,950.00 


5,367.77 


Hickory Grove 


825.00 


1,100.00 


1,375.00 


Immanuel 


1,244.00 


1,470.00 


2,376.94 


Ingold 


200.00 


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1,000.00 


Island Creek 


900.00 


900.00 


1,100.00 


Johnson 


2,473.00 


1,981.00 


2,181.35 


Kenansville 


6,994.00 


8,238.00 


9,065.06 


Magnolia 


1,155.00 


1,093.00 


1,063.12 


Mount Gilead 


3,379.00 


3,641.00 


6,124.00 


Mount Olive, FBC 


7,908.00 


9,263.00 


9,212.24 


Mission Bautista Monte Olivo 


1,749.00 


1,927.00 


2,389.30 


Mount Vernon 


4,387.00 


4,942.00 


6,155.01 


New Hope 


1,150.00 


1,150.00 


1,150.00 


Peace 


605.00 


557.00 


611.31 


Piney Grove 


450.00 


713.00 


1,187.50 


Poplar Grove 


400.00 


680.00 


960.00 


Poston 


4,237.00 


3,910.00 


4,449.96 


Rose Hill 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


1,500.00 


Rowan 


2,200.00 


2,400.00 


2,430.00 


Serenity 


500.00 


200.00 


100.00 


Sharon 


2,380.00 


2,519.00 


2,858.75 


Shiloh 


1,819.00 


1,941.00 


2,475.15 


Siloam 


1,400.00 


1,600.00 


1,800.00 


Teachey 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


2,166.66 


Turkey 


2,086.00 


2,036.00 


2,130.49 


Union Grove 


610.00 


600.00 


576.00 


Warsaw 


5,408.00 


6,092.00 


6,166.72 


Mision Bautista Getsemani 


452.00 


576.00 


960.88 


Wells Chapel 


2,727.00 


2,201.00 


2,718.05 


White Oak 


900.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


TOTAL 


$97,726.00 


$106,724.00 


*$127, 189.80 



* Includes additional $25.00 gift from individual. 




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1998 Budget 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Anticipated Income 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1998 



1997 1998 

BUDGET BUDGET 

REVENUE: 

Church Contributions 122,195 142,290 
Baptist State Convention 

Cooperative Agreements 27,450 14,975 

Copier Fees 150 150 

Interest Revenue 1,000 1,000 

Churches - Special Gifts 2,000 2,000 

Individuals - Special Gifts 1,000 1,000 

Special Gifts - Evangelism , - 5,000 

Sales Tax Refund 400 400 

State Missions Offering 1,600 1,750 

Herman Coker Trust Fund 100 100 

John Flake Trust Fund 1,000 1,000 

Bill Lamb Trust Fund 100 100 

Elwyn Murray Trust Fund - 1,000 

TOTAL REVENUES - 

ANTICIPATED INCOME 156,995 170,765 



Escrow and Designated Funds 

Mount Olive Anglo Mission 11,600 11,075 



1995 Cooperative Agreements: 

(To be provided through the State Baptist Convention) 

Missions Ministries Staff Salary 9,500 4,500 

Hispanic, Mt. Olive 2,400 1,200 

Hispanic, Clinton 3,000 1,500 

Hispanic, Warsaw 6,000 3,000 

Hispanic, Wallace - Rose Hill 3,000 3,000 

Summer Missionaries 2,000 1,000 

Summer Missions Programs 800 400 

Deaf Mission, Poston 750 375 

Total Cooperative Agreement Funds 27,450 14,975 



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1998 Budget 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Anticipated Income 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1998 



1997 1998 

BUDGET BUDGET 

PERSONNEL: 

DOM Salary 20,100 20,750 

MMD Salary 25,000 18,380 

Secretary Salary 12,500 14,000 

DOM Housing 11,000 14,000 

MMD Housing 9,500 

DOM Annuity 5,000 6,000 

MMD Annuity 2,500 3,000 

DOM SS Offset 2,620 2,650 

SS MMD 1,915 2,120 

SS Secretary 960 1,075 

DOM Insurance 4,000 4,000 

MMD Insurance - 1,425 

DOM Travel 5,500 5,500 

MMD Travel 3,500 3,500 

DOM Conference & Conventions 1 ,000 1 ,000 

MMD Conference & Conventions 350 350 

Secretary Conferences 100 100 

TOTAL PERSONNEL 96,045 107,350 



ADMINISTRATION: 

Repairs 600 600 

Supplies 2,500 2,500 

Printing 2,300 2,400 

Postage 2,600 2,700 

Telephone 2,500 2,500 

Equipment Purchases 2,000 2,000 

Accounting & Legal 1,200 1,200 

Association Minutes 1,600 1,600 

Building & Grounds Maintenance 4,800 4,800 

Sales Tax 400 400 

Clerk Supplies 50 50 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 20,550 20,750 



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1997 1998 
BUDGET BUDGET 

MISSIONS: 

Christian Social Ministries 40 40 

Hispanic Mission, Clinton 5,000 3,000 

Hispanic Mission, Mt. Olive 4,800 2,400 

Hispanic Mission, Warsaw 9,000 6,000 

Hispanic Mission, Wallace - Rose Hill 4,500 6,000 

Hunger Fund - 100 

Literacy Ministries 300 300 

Senior Adult Ministries 940 940 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries 600 600 

Missions Development Training 50 50 

Chaplaincy Ministries 125 125 

Interfaith Witness Ministries 175 175 

Church Extension Ministries 50 50 

Resort & Leisure Ministries 430 430 

Medical Dental Van - 400 

Deaf Mission, Poston 1,000 1,000 

Multi-Housing Ministries 200 200 

TOTAL MISSIONS 27,210 21,810 



CHURCH DEVELOPMENT: 

Sunday School 2,000 2,000 

Discipleship Training 950 1,000 

WMU 2,435 2,900 

Brotherhood 750 750 

Music 200 200 

Evangelism - 5,000 

Media Library 500 500 

Seminary Extension 50 50 

Orientation Committee 50 50 

Key Leadership Training 250 250 

TOTAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 7,185 13,100 



SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 

Salaries 2,000 2,000 

FICA 155 155 

Travel 2,000 2,000 

Meals 800 800 

Housing 500 500 

Speakers 50 50 

Supplies 300 300 

Miscellaneous 100 100 
TOTAL SEASONAL 

FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 5,905 5,905 



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1997 1998 
BUDGET BUDGET 

OTHER MINISTRIES: 

Ministers Conferences 100 100 

Ministers Wives Conferences 50 50 

Annual Meeting 400 400 

Miscellaneous 300 300 

Elwyn Murray Scholarship 1,000 

TOTAL OTHER MINISTRIES 850 1 ,850 



TOTAL BUDGET 157,745 170,765 



Supplementary Schedule 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

CASH RECAPITUALATION 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1998 



CHECKING ACCOUNT: 

General Fund 
Cooperative Funds: 
Designated Funds 

Emergency Funds 
Trust Funds 

TOTAL CHECKING 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT: 

General Fund 
Designated Funds 

TOTAL SAVINGS 



$ 17,608.26 
1,173.78 
2,401.53 
1,163.53 
520.67 



4,743.89 
11,075.25 



$ 22,867.77 



15,819.14 



INVESTMENTS ACCOUNT: 

General Fund 

Total Investments 

TOTAL CASH: 



39,526.28 



39,526.28 
$ 77,049.66 




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-60- 



The 1997 Minute Book 
of the 

Eastern Baptist Association 
is concluded with the followin 
Statistical Tables 
for your further information 
and reference. 

Church Profile Digest 
Member and Congregation Information 
Baptism Information 
Bible Study Information 
Discipleship Training Information 
Music Ministry Information 
Mission Involvement Information 
Mission Education Information 
General Financial Information 
Mission Financial Information 



-61- 



EASTERN 



Congrefaaoni 


C/M 


Total 
Bapt 


Other 
Adds. 


Total 

Church 

Meaab. 


Sunday 
School 
Enroll. 


Sunday 
School 
Avg. AttrL 


Vacation 1 
Bible 
School 
EnrolL 


ALBERT SON 


C 


1 


1 


115 


44 


27 





ALUM SPRINGS, MT. OL 


C 





2 


105 


60 


35 


51 


BEAR MARSH, MT. OLIV 


C 











129 


74 


53 


BEULAH, TURKEY 


C 








34 


30 


15 





Beulavflle 


c 


4 


3 


311 


247 


145 


140 


BROWN, CLINTON 


c 





4 


134 


58 


32 


74 


CALVARY, WARSAW 


c 


1 


4 


98 


106 


76 


80 


CALYPSO 


c 


10 





225 


72 


44 





CENTER, GARLAND 


c 


6 





139 


56 


25 


50 


CLINTON FIRST 


c 


2 


14 


877 


615 


279 


153 


CONCORD, ROSE HELL 


c 


2 





107 


52 


32 


84 


CORINTH, ROSE HILL 


c 


1 


1 


420 


138 


71 


84 


DOBS ON CHAPEL, MAGNO 


c 


12 


5 


166 


97 


62 


110 


EVERGREEN, ROSE HILL 


c 


1 


2 


161 


81 


45 


65 


FAD50N 


c 


6 





183 


69 


40 


79 


GARLAND 


c 


2 


5 


263 


121 


65 


101 i 


GARNER S CHAPEL, MT. 


c 


3 





81 


92 


45 


62 


GROVE PARK, CLINTON 


c 


11 


14 


665 


504 


178 


102 


HICKORY GROVE, CLINT 


c 


2 


5 


182 


146 


65 


50 


IM MANUEL, CLINTON 


c 


5 


5 


445 


168 


85 


80 


IN GOLD 


c 








113 


60 


30 


36 


ISLAND CREEK, ROSE H 


c 


2 





265 


103 


42 


35 


JOHNSON, WARSAW 


c 








209 


35 


20 





KENANSVILLE 


c 


7 


5 


240 


291 


129 


186 


MAGNOLIA 


c 


1 


1 


193 


46 


30 


30 


M1SION BAUTISTA HISP 


M 


4 





43 


37 


35 





Mtakm Bautucta Mara 


c 


8 


5 


43 


83 


30 




MISION MONTE OUVO 


M 


5 


2 


77 


152 


101 





MOUNT GILEAD, CUNTO 


c 


10 


1 


328 


239 


117 


99 


MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 


c 


8 


12 


593 


417 


157 


118 


MOUNT VERNON, CLINTO 


c 


14 


15 


287 


154 


87 


106 


NEW HOPE, TURKEY 


c 


2 


1 


72 


55 


35 


° 


PEACE, CALYPSO 


c 


4 


1 


61 


25 


14 





PEVEY GROVE, FAISON 


c 


5 


? 


216 


131 


75 


90 


POPLAR GROVE, FAISON 










70 


25 


25 


33 


POSTON, WALLACE 


c 


6 


6 


409 


256 


80 




ROSE HILL 


c 


14 


1 


454 


189 


100 


80 


ROW AN, CLINTON 


c 


11 


3 


363 


178 


98 


107 


SERENITY, CLINTON 


c 


1 


3 


81 


81 


45 


66 


SHARON, CHINQUAPIN 


c 


5 


2 


277 


121 


78 


62 


SAILOR, CHINQUAPIN 


c 


14 


3 


253 


109 


71 


125 


SLLOAM, HARRELLS 


c 








138 


74 


36 


44 


TFACHFY 


Q 


1 


I 


154 


79 


52 


52 


TURKEY 


c 


1 


4 


207 


99 


72 


75 


UNION GROVE, CLINTON 


c 








186 


85 


67 


50 


WARSAW 


c 


2 


6 


629 


244 


98 


22 


WELLS CHAPEL, BARREL 


c 


1 





251 


112 


63 





WHITE OAK, CLINTON 


c 







153 


90 


52 


26 


Association Totab 


196 


144 


11,076 


6,455 


3,279 


2,978 



-62- 





Church 


WMU 


Brotherhood 


Total 


Total 


Total Ana. 


Total frfisskat 




Mask 


Enroll. 


Enro&/Part 


Receipts 


Cooperative 


\fibsiom 


Expenditures 


krolL/Part 


Enrol. 






(26+27+28) 


Progrni 




(29tiiru35) 


(19+20) 





























$38,565 


$477 


$1,401 


$6,217 





20 


16 





$25,101 


$1,500 


$1,080 


$5,685 





37 


42 





$96,935 


$4,162 


$600 


$13,359 





7 








$0 


SO 


$0 


$0 





78 


66 


51 


$253,753 


$26,000 


$11307 


$46,257 





14 


15 


10 


$36,606 


$0 


$83 


$1,412 





22 








$57,329 


$1,424 


$1,424 


$5,130 





19 


12 





$65,311 


$1,020 


$1,020 


$4,011 





10 


6 





$20,065 


$4,355 


$710 


$5,129 





131 


128 


53 


$625,020 


$32,157 


$9,142 


$86,494 





25 


31 


8 


$34,416 


$2,891 


$1,448 


$5,265 


22 


32 


17 





$82,528 


$9,078 


$4,126 


$16,081 


101 


39 


20 


22 


$74,088 


$4,090 


$2,727 


$8,181 


21 


23 


23 


14 


$75,309 


$3,071 


$2,000 


$8,363 





12 


14 


9 


$57,173 


$2,333 


$2,333 


$7,275 


42 


35 


62 


10 


$80,538 


$7,097 


$3,903 


$13,340 


7 


45 


29 


7 


$40,460 


$1,000 


$870 


$3,986 


71 


92 


83 


47 


$428,667 


$26,934 


$5,387 


$37,764 





31 


34 


21 


$83,725 


$0 


$1,421 


$3,373 


40 


68 


60 


10 


$143,057 


$3,000 


$2,201 


$12,836 








12 


15 


$32,193 


$1,100 


$1,000 


$2,791 





17 


9 


18 


$68,382 


$2,842 


$1,200 


$16,977 





9 


25 


15 


$50,752 


$800 


$2,165 


$4,539 


321 


52 


49 


35 


$178,493 


$11,365 


$8,934 


$27,035 





13 


36 





$40,994 


$1,984 


$1,063 


$4,226 














$29,125 


$705 


$705 


$1,533 





5 


13 


11 


$53,086 


$0 


$247 


$1,010 


11 


5 


20 


28 


$87,422 


$4,779 


$2,389 


$9,268 


57 


54 


74 


29 


$257,875 


$13,000 


$5,124 


$24,089 


49 


102 


85 


70 


$325,922 


$27,330 


$9,671 


$69,860 





43 


45 


22 


$98,018 


$6,245 


$5,464 


$17,326 








15 





$26,642 


$1,200 


$1,150 


$2,885 


16 


6 








$19,069 


$1,234 


$551 


$1,950 


86 


66 


50 


20 


$107,981 


$756 


$937 


$7,559 





13 


11 





$21,974 


$1,200 


$960 


$2,806 


45 


20 


65 


20 


$148,428 


$11,906 


$4,450 


$22,297 


32 


56 


83 





$138,100 


$10,600 


$2,000 


$20,700 


59 


46 


46 


29 


$149,784 


$4,888 


$2,500 


$10,686 


15 


18 


17 


14 


$36,619 


$0 


$100 


$100 





54 


47 


20 


$97,000 


$5,560 


$2,780 


$13,590 





19 


13 





$86,465 


$8,636 


$2,496 


$14,486 


26 


21 


24 


16 


$66,679 


$1,156 


$1,800 


$6,480 





42 


37 





$102,563 


$2,000 


$2,000 


$23,129 


96 


33 


43 


21 


$58,664 


$5,189 


$2,275 


$12,319 





39 


13 





$46,369 


$0 


$576 


$2,251 


26 


50 


113 





$245,177 


$4,804 


$6338 


$28,611 


23 


16 


39 


10 


$95,866 


$5,567 


$1,799 


$13,604 





18 


18 





$73,077 


$1,622 


$1,500 


$6,247 


1,166 


1,557 


1,660 


655 


$5,061365 


$267,057 


$125357 


$658^12 



-63- 



MEMBER AND CONGREGATIONAL INFORMATION 

EASTERN 

Items Reported: 



1 - Total Membership 


4 -Other Additions 


6 - Year Organized 


8 - Location (A-J) 




2 - Resident Membership 




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7 - Year Pastor Came 


9 AM Worship Art. 


CONGREGATION 


CM 


COUNTY 


1 


2 


4 


ALBERT SON 


C 




115 


84 




ALUM SPRINGS, MT. OL 


C 


Duplin 


105 


83 




BEAR MARSH, MT. OLIV 


c 


Duplin 








( 


BEULAH, TURKEY 


c 


Sampson 


34 


34 


( 


Beubvflk 


c 


Duplin 


311 


237 




BROWN, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


134 


114 


i 


CALVARY, WARSAW 


c 


Duplin 


98 


80 


i 


CALYPSO 


c 


Duplin 


225 


138 


( 


CENTER, GARLAND 


c 


Sampson 


139 


65 


( 


CLINTON FIRST 


c 


Sampson 


877 


680 


U 


CONCORD, ROSE HILL 


c 


Duplin 


107 


84 


( 


CORINTH, ROSE HILL 


c 


Duplin 


420 


351 




DOBSON CHAPEL, MAGNO 


c 


Duplin 


166 


136 


1 


EVERGREEN, ROSE HILL 


c 


Sampson 


161 


64 


i 


FAISON 


c 


Duphn 


183 


84 


I 


GARLAND 


c 


Sampson 


263 


170 


s 


GARNER S CHAPEL, MT. 


c 


Duplin 


81 


77 


t 


GROVE PARK, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


665 


539 


ui 


HICKORY GROVE, CLINT 


c 


Sampson 


182 


142 


fl 


EMMANUEL, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


445 


340 




ENGOLD 


c 


Sampson 


113 


90 




ISLAND CREEK, ROSE H 


c 


Duplin 


265 


218 


t 
1 


JOHNSON, WARSAW 


c 


Duplin 


209 


108 


( 


KENANSVDLLE 


c 


Duplin 


240 


202 


2 


MAGNOLIA 


c 


Duplin 


193 


115 


1 


MISION BAUTISTA HISP 


M 


DUPLIN 


43 


35 


C 


Mb Ion Bautusta Mara 


c 


Sampson 


43 


43 




MISION MONTE OLIVO 


M 


Duplin 


77 


76 


2 


MOUNT GELEAD, CLINTO 


Q 


Sampson 


328 


243 


1 


MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 


Q 


Wayne 


593 


447 


13 


MOUNT VERNON, CLINTO 


Q 


Qjimrttnn 


287 


256 


IS 


NEW HOPE, TURKEY 


Q 




72 


53 


1 


PEACE, CALYPSO 


c 


Duplin 


61 


49 


1 


PENEY GROVE, FAISON 


c 


Sampson 


216 


178 


7 


POPLAR GROVE, FAISON 


c 


Sampson 


70 


50 





POSTON, WALLACE 


/ c 


Duplin 


409 


353 


6 


ROSE HELL 


c 


DUPLIN 


454 


315 


1 


ROWAN, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


363 


281 


3 


SERENITY, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


81 


81 


3 


SHARON, CHINQUAPIN 


c 


Duplin 


277 


147 


2 


SHELOH, CHINQUAPIN 


c 


Duplin 


253 


184 


3 


SILO AM, HARRELLS 


c 


Sampson 


138 


85 





TEACHEY 


c 


Duplin 


154 


134 


1 


TURKEY 


c 


Sampson 


207 


156 


4 


UNION GROVE, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


186 


83 





WARSAW 


c 


Duplin 


629 


507 


6 


WELLS CHAPEL, HARREL 


c 


Sampson 


251 


160 





WHITE OAK, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


153 


93 









Association 


Total: 11.076 


8044 


144 



-64- 



- Church- Type Mission Started 12 - Lost/Unchurched 14 - Intercessory Prayer 



- Church-Type Misskms Operating 13 Assoc. Mis. on % Basis Racial Ethnic Grcwp (1-7) 



5 


6 


7 


s 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Race 





1916 


1997 


A 


45 








N 


Y 


Y 


1 


I 


1902 


1993 


A 


54 








N 


N 


Y 


1 





1763 


1997 


A 


75 








N 


N 


N 


1 





1793 


L993 


A 


25 














1 





1908 


1989 


C 











Y 


Y 


Y 


1 





1778 


1986 


A 


45 








N 


N 


N 


1 





1959 


L997 


D 


70 








Y 


Y 


Y 


1 





1908 




C 


85 








Y 


N 


Y 


1 





1905 


L986 


A 


25 








N 


Y 


Y 


1 





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EASTERN 

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CONGREGATION 



ALBERTSON 

ALUM SPRINGS, MT. OL 

BEAR MARSH, MT. OLIV 

BEUL AH, TURKEY 

Bodavilk 

BROWN, CLINTON 
CALVARY, WARSAW 
CALYPSO 
CENTER, GARLAND 
CLINTON FIRST 
CONCORD, ROSE HILL 
CORINTH, ROSE HELL 
DOBSON CHAPEL, MAGNO 
EVERGREEN, ROSE HILL 
FAISON 
GARLAND 

GARNER S CHAPEL, MT. 
GROVE PARK, CLINTON 
HICKORY GROVE, CLINT 
EMMANUEL, CLINTON 
ENGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK, ROSE H 
JOHNSON, WARSAW 
KENANSVELLE 
MAGNOLIA 

MISION BAUTISTA HISP 
Mision Bautusta Mara 
MISION MONTE OLEVO 
MOUNT GELEAD, CLENTO 
MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 
MOUNT VERNON, CLENTO 
NEW HOPE, TURKEY 
PEACE, CALYPSO 
PENEY GROVE, FAISON 
POPLAR GROVE, FAISON 
POSTON, WALLACE 
ROSE HELL 
ROWAN, CLINTON 
SERENITY, CLINTON 
SHARON, CHINQUAPIN 
SHELOH, CHINQUAPIN 
SILO AM, HARRELLS 
TEACHEY 
TURKEY 

UNION GROVE, CLINTON 
WARSAW 

WELLS CHAPEL, HARREL 
WHITE OAK, CLINTON 



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Eastern Baptist Association^? 



171st Annual Session 



Alive to Missions . . . 




Catch the Vision! 

1998 

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North Carolina 



Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Seventy-First 
Annual Session 
1827 - 1998 



FIRST DAY 

October 26, 1998 

ROSE HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 



SECOND DAY 

October 27, 1998 
IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Co-Host - Hickory Grove Baptist Church 



THEME: CATCH THE VISION 
MODERATOR: Bert Alabaster 



CLERK: Ottis King 



NEXT ANNUAL MEETING 

First Day - Faison Baptist Church - October 25, 1999 
(Calypso and Poplar Grove Assisting) 
Second Day - Garland Baptist Church - October 26, 1999 
(Ingold and Center Assisting) 

ASSOCIATIONAL STAFF 



P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 
Location: 109 North Center Street 

Director of Missions - 

Mission Ministries Director - Philip Shuford, 104 Stewart Ave., Clinton, NC 28328 
(O) 910-293-7077, (Fax) 910-293-7084, (H) 910-592-0405 



Administrative Assistant - Jo Robinson, 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton, NC, 28328 
(O) (910) 293-7077 (H) (910) 592-3044 

Secretary - Beverley Edwards 131 CG Circle, Dudley, NC 28333 
(O) 910-293-7077 (H) 919-731-4573 



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The 1998 Annual of the 
EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Is Dedicated To 




EVERETT L. PETERSON 

Everett Peterson left the field of service when he stepped off the scene in 1998. Everett 
was a Christian businessman in Clinton and Sampson County for more than fifty years. As 
he fulfilled his role as a businessman, he shared lots of Christian advice. He had the talent 
to truly help people, just not provide what they wanted or asked for. He was a member and 
Sunday School Teacher at Clinton First Baptist, but he had a special part, in a variety of 
ways, in all churches in and around Clinton over the years. 

He was a student of the Bible, who lived what the Bible teaches. He was indirectly 
involved in Eastern Baptist Association in a very constructive way over many years, as 
church members asked for his direction. 

In God's kingdom, he is a blessing and will be missed here on earth! 



Tabic of Contents 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, NC 28398 
Telephones: 910-293-7077 - *Fax 910-293-7084 



Associational Directory 4 

Brotherhood Directors 11 

Chairman of Deacons 8 

Church Clerks 13 

Discipleship Training Directors 10 

Executive Board Representatives 6 

Missions Development Program Leaders 17 

Music Directors 14 

Pastors 4 

Sunday School Directors 9 

WMU Directors 12 

1999 Budget and Anticipated Income 54 

Church Contributions to EBA 43 

Historical Tables 58 

Map of Eastern Association Center of Book 

Messengers to Annual Session 20 

Our Beloved Dead 24 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 21 

Reports: 

Associational Bible Teaching - Reaching Team 27 

Associational Executive Board 36 

Brotherhood 31 

Christian Social Ministries Committee 37 

Committee on Committees 15 

Elwyn G. Murray, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Committee 32 

Language Missions Committee 36 

Medical/Dental Van Ministry Committee 33 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries Committee 39 

Missions Development Council 42 

Multihousing Ministry Committee 34 

Music 35 

Ordination Committee 31 

Poston Deaf Mission 39 

Resort and Leisure Ministries Committee 39 

Senior Adult Ministries Committee 34 

Vacation Bible School 32 

Volunteer Chaplaincy Ministries Committee 42 

Woman's Missionary Union 27 

Woman's Missionary Union 89th Annual Session Minutes 29 

Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Baptist Association 57 

Statistical Tables 65 

Time, Place and Preacher Committee (See Proceedings) 23 

Treasurer's Report (as of September 30, 1998) 45 



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General Officers 



Moderator Bert Alabaster, P.O. Box 410, Kenansville 28349; (910) 296-0246 

Vice-Moderator Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough St., Clinton 28328; (910) 592-6060 

Clerk Ottis L. King, P.O. Box 90, Harrells 28444; (910) 532-4528 

Associate Clerk Lucille Yancey, 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; (910) 592-3080 

Treasurer Gary Rouse, 113 Vista Dr., Clinton 28328; (910)592-5287 

Associate Treasurer Jo Robinson, 4271 Turkey Hwy., Clinton 28328; (910) 592-3044 

Trustees 

1999 - Joel Story 2600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison 28341; (C) 910-564-6061 

(H) 910-564-4841 

2000 Larry Harper 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-3614 



2001 - Jimmy Strickland 212 Meadowbrook Ln., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-4289 



Denominational Representatives 



Annuity Board Eddie Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328 

(H) 910-592-2898 

Baptist Children's Homes.... John A. Johnson, 115 E. Plank Rd., Warsaw 28398 

(H) 910-293-4958 

Baptist Retirement Homes Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328 

(H) 910-592-4712 

Christian Higher Education Davis Benton, P.O. Box 747, Salemburg 28385 

(H) 910-525-4319 
(C) 910-564-3243 

Baptist Foundation Tyanna Day, 132 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-7268 

Baptist Hospital Gerald Quinn, 506 Lakeshore Dr., Warsaw 28398; 

(H) 910-293-4579 

Biblical Recorder Millard Bounds, 2609 Emmaus Church Rd., Dudley 28333 

(H) 919-658-5479 

Church Program Officers 

Church Music 

Director Michael Edwards, 131 CG Circle, Dudley 28333 

(W) 910-293-4236 (H) 919-731-4573 

Assistant Director Barbara Vestal, P.O. Box 235, Kenansville 28349 

(H) 910-296-2035 



Brotherhood 



Director H.L. Sanderson, 1451 NC Hwy. 11 S., Magnolia 28453 

(H) 910-289-4374 

Baptist Mens Director 

RA's John Brown, 318 Dixie Rd., Clinton 28328 

(H) 910-592-7833 

Promise Keepers John West, 306 Northeast Blvd., Clinton 28328 

(W) 910-590-3232 



Discipleship Training 

Supporter Donna Ellis, 115 Jeffersons St., Clinton 28328 

(H) 910-592-7627 

Co-Supporter James Tyndall, 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 

(H) 919-658-6133 

Bible Drill Coordinator Jame Robinson, P.O. Box 13, Turkey 28393 

(H) 910-592-6818 



Sunday School 

Director Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28459-0874 

(C) 910-296-1137 (H) 910-296-0723 

VBS Director Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 140, Harrells 28444-0140 

(W) 910-532-4879 (H) 910-532-2271 (Fax) 910-296-0723 

Backyard Bible Club/Missions VBS Director Kevin Purcell, 63 E. Magnolia Lisbon Rd. 

Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-532-4757 (H) 910-532-2822 
Leader/Member Development Director Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 



28521; (C) 910-285-4391 (H) 910-285-2431 
Outreach/Evangelism Director Wayne Caviness, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441-0367 

(C) 910-529-5201 (H) 910-529-2531 
Language Missions Consultant Phillip Shuford, 104 Stewart Ave., Clinton 28328 

(O) 910-293-7077 (H) 910-592-0405 

Pastor Consultant 

Adult Consultants Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-590-3592 

Faye Sellers, 5601 S. NC 50, Chinquapin 28521 (C) 910-285-2636 (H) 910-285-2431 

Youth Consultants Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521-0126 

(C) 910-285-4391 (H) 910-285-3062 

Children's Consultants Kathy Quinn, P.O. Box 864, Kenansville 28349-0864 

(H) 910-296-0720 
Becky Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874 

(H) 910-296-0723 

Preschool Consultants: 

Older Rhonda Lucas, 198 Carrie's Lane, Teachey 28464 

(W) 910-596-0819 (H) 910-285-7938 

Middle Vonda Norris, 220 S. NC 111, Chinquapin 28521 

(W) 910-285-7121 (H) 910-285-3272 



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Younger 



Sylvia Vestal, P.O. Box 810, Kenansville 28349-0810 

(H) 910-296-1489 



Woman's Missionary Union 

Director Donna Landes, P.O. Box 1053, Clinton 28329-1053 

(H) 910-592-7947 (O) 592-4653 Fax 910-592-2142 

Secretary Lucille Yancey, 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328-4722 

910-592-3080 Fax 592-6685 E-mail: tiel@intrstar.net 

Missions Growth Consultant Joyce Camp, 409 Pineview Rd., Clinton 28328-4722 

910-590-3592 

Asst. Missions Growth Consultant Elizabeth Gordon, 103 Ridgecrest Dr., Mt. Olive 

28365; 919-658-6293 

Church-wide Missions Helen Register, 1925 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393 

Involvement Consultant 910-533-3845 

Asst. Church-wide M I C Susan Joyner, P.O. Box 184, Magnolia 28453 

910-289-2563 

Women on Mission Co-consultants Brenda Matthis, 4988 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton 

28328; 910-592-1660 
Ladeane Little, 214 E. Faison Ave., Faison 28341 

910-267-1230 

Acteens Consultant Alison Hall, 211 Deen St., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-658-8156 

Assistant Acteens Consultant Ann Byrd, 1568 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-658-3987 

GA Consultant Karen Warren, 2036 E. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328 

910-592-5900 

Assistant GA Consultant Carolyn Drew, 175 Drew Rd., Warsaw 28398 

910-293-7280 

Mission Friends Consultant Donna Owens, 91 Boykin Dr., Clinton 28328 

910-592-7226 

Assistant MF Consultant Kaydene Dean, 403 E. College St., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-658-9893 

Ethnic/Language Culture Consultant Florence Hoover, 340 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 

28444; 910-532-4336 

Asst. Ethnic Language 

Culture Consultant Mary Evelyn Wells, P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458-0066 

289-2691 Fax 289-3520 

Area Consultants: 

Clinton Inez Peterson, 910-592-4537 

Garland/Star Betty Sanderson, 910-532-4211 

Faison/Warsaw Mary Hester Powell, 910-293-4951 

Mount Olive Marjorie Garris, 919-736-1825 

Wallace/Rose Hill Arline Rhodes, 910-285-5254 



Associational Directory 

Ministers 



Albertson 

Alum Springs J. Elwood Oliver, P.O. Box 549, Pink Hill 28572; (C) 919-658-2787 

(H) 919-568-3541 

Bear Marsh James Tyndall, 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28465; (H) 919-658-6133 

Beulah Terry Batten (Interim) 2987 Joyner Bridge Rd., Four Oaks 27524 

(H) 919-934-5437 (W) 919-934-2411 

Beulaville Robert L. Hunter, Jr., Box 394, Beulaville 28518; (C) 910-298-3434 

(H) 910-298-4060 

Mary Thigpen, Minister of Music, 3740 East NC 24, Beulaville 28518 (H) 910-298-4498 

Brown Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-564-6060 

(H) 910-592-7156 

Calvary Tim Gore, 110 Wade St., Warsaw 28398; (H) 910-293-7458 

Calypso Scott Frady, Box 248, Calypso, 28325 (H) 919-658-5223 

Center Albert Pope, 853 Beasley's Mill Rd., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-532-2118 

(H) 910-289-2755 

Clinton, First David S. Kolb, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328-0837; (C) 910-592-8124 

Fax 910-592-6109 (H) 910-590-3650 
Jean Hatch, Associate Pastor/Minister of Music, (C) 910-592-8124 



Pedro Bueno, Pastor, Maranatha Mission, 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 

(C) 910-596-0078 (H) 910-590-3390 

Concord James W. Johnson, 519 W. Boney St., Wallace 28466; (H) 910-285-4206 

Corinth 11 Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; (C) 910-289-4787 

Dobson Chapel 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia, 28453 (C) 910-296-1473 

(H) 910-296-0840 

Evergreen Kevin Purcell, 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

(C) 910-532-4757 (H) 910-532-2822 
Diana Godwin, Minister of Youth, P.O. Box 221, Rose Hill 28458-8612; 

(H) 910-289-9294 

Faison Paul Rose, 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mount Olive 28365; (H) 919-658-4600 

(C) 910-267-5301 

Garland Wayne Caviness, P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441; (H) 910-529-2531 

(C) 910-529-5201 

Garner's Chapel Carlisle Franks, Interim, 1535 Garner's Church Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

(C) 919-658-8641 (H) 919-821-3800 

Grove Park Michael Shook, 609 N E Blvd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3937 

Fax 910-592-3753 
Stan Benton, Minister of Music (H) 910-592-7680 

Hickory Grove Johnny Armstrong, 11455 U.S. 421 N, Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-564-2495 (C) 910-564-2591 

Immanuel Charles A. Overton, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-3854 

(H) 910-592-3360 

Ingold Dean A. Wood, 1561 Old U.S. 701 Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-529-4181 

Island Creek Ronald Ginn, 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2606 

Johnson.... Farrell H. Miller, 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4757 

(H) 910-293-4980 



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Kenansville D. Gene Lakey, Jr., P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349-0874; 

(C) 910-296-1137 (H) 910-295-0723 

Magnolia Larry Blount, P.O. Box 96, Magnolia 28453; (C) 910-289-2217 

(H) 910-289-2275 

Mision Bautista Maranatha Pedro Bueno, 2941 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 

(C) 596-0078 (H) 910-590-3390 

Mount Gilead Larry King, 3921 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

(H) 910-592-6533 

Diana Godwin, Minister to Youth, P.O. Box 221, Rose Hill 28458; (H) 910-289-9294 

Mount Olive, First Don Gordon, P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive 28365; (C) 919-658-2062 

(H) 910-658-6293 
Sandy Flowers, Minister to Youth & Children 

Mount Vernon Kenneth Benton, 33515 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

(C) 910-533-3164 
(H) 910-533-3099 

New Hope Ray Smith, 1710 Howard Rd., Autryville 28318; (H) 910-567-6230 

(C) 910-533-3417 

Peace Edgar A. Rouse, 303 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398; (C) 919-658-8004 

(H) 910-293-2127 

Piney Grove Joel Story, 3600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison 28341 

(H) 910-564-4848 (C) 910-564-6061 

Poplar Grove Kenneth Smith, 268 Old Drag Strip Rd., Clinton 28328 

(C) 910-267-7191 (H) 910-596-2473 

Poston James W. Creech, 4121 NC 11 Hwy., Wallace 28466; (C) 910-285-2439 

(H) 910-285-2476 

Clessy Worley, Pastor, Poston Deaf Mission, 1238 N, NC Hwy. 41, 28572 

Pink Hill (H) 910-285-9090 

Rose Hill Dean Beck, P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill 28458 

(C) 910-289-2250 (H) 910-289-3882 
Emanuel Spanish Mission - Lawrence Otorola, 122 Currie St., Wallace 28466 

(H) 910-285-5954 

Rowan Gregory Day, 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-7508 (Fax) 

(H) 910-592-7268 

Serenity James O. Flowers, 1364 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; (C) 910-592-5234 

(H) 910-592-5686 

Sharon Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521; (C) 910-285-4391 

(H) 910-285-3062 

Shiloh Dan G. Sellars, 46091 NC 50 Hwy. South, Chinquapin 28521; 

(C) 910-285-2636 (H) 910-285-2431 

Siloam Timothy G. Register, 826 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells 28444; (C) 910-532-4077 

(H) 910-532-4444 

Turkey Douglas M.Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393 

(C) 910-592-5562 (H) 910-592-2056 

Union Grove Odell Peterson, 952 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; (H) 910-592-7000 

Warsaw John A. Johnson, 209 E. College St., Warsaw 28398; (C) 910-293-4236 

(H) 910-293-4958 

Michael Edwards, Minister of Music & Youth, 1131 C.-G.'s Circle, Dudley 28333; 

(H) 919-731-4573 

Pastor, Getsemani Mision, 510 Railroad St., Warsaw 28398 



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Wells Chapel Ottis L. King, P.O. Box 90, Harrells 28444; (C) 910-532-4210 

(H) 910-532-4528 

White Oak Davis Benton, P.O. Box 747, Salemburg 28385; (C) 910-564-2343 

(H) 910-525-4319 

Other Ordained Ministers 

Calvary Rev. Homer Baumgardner, 127 William Kalmer R<±, Faison 28341 

910-293-7072 

Clinton, First James H.Camp, 409 Pine View Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-590-3592 

Clyde Davis, P.O. Box 263, Clinton 28328; 910-592-5313 
Ken Eanes, Sir Clinton Apts., #43, Clinton 28328; 910-592-2894 
Mel Taylor, 312 E. Johnson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3211 

Evergreen Jasper Hinson, 42 Delway Hwy., Rose Hill 28458; 910-532-4976 

Grove Park James Parson, 1010 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1670 

Billy Todd, 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3441 
Eddie Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2898 

Immanuel Danny Johnson, 5315 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-2685 

Wade Thompson, 603 Stewart Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2415 

Island Creek Harvey Blanton, 287 Murphy Store Rd., Rose Hill 28458 

910-289-2639 

Kenansville Dale Myers, P.O. Box 99, Teachey 28464-0099; 910-285-2324 

Roy Vestal, P.O. Box 1031, Kenansville 28349-1031; 910-296-0211 

Mount Olive, First Gerald Garris, 1442 Old Mt. Olive Hwy., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-736-1825 

Millard Bounds, 2609 Emmaus Church Rd., Dudley 28333; 919-658-5479 
Warsaw Michael Edwards, 1131 C.G.'s Circle, Dudley 28333; 919-731-4573 



R. Graham Elmore, 307 E. Pollock St., Warsaw 28398; (W) 910-293-4040 

(H) 920-293-3939 

Dan Jolly, 110 Short St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7441 
Mitchell Rivenbark, P.O. Box 463, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7496 

White Oak M.L. Haywood, 743 Tupelo Circle, Fayetteville 28301; 910-425-4919 

Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4712 

Representatives on Associational Executive Board 

Albertson Johnnie P. Harper, 3665 Bill Sutton Rd., Albertson 28508; 252-568-3117 

Bill Martin, 2062 Drummedsville Rd., Seven Springs 28578; 919-658-5320 

Alum Springs Mrs. Virginia Abernethy, 1556 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-9271 

Ms. Louise Alphin, 156 Alum Springs Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5909 

Bear Marsh Elbert Davis, 1569 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-2842 

Edison Pate, 285 Maysville School Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3624 

Beulaville F.H. Danley, P.O. Box 212, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3212 

Willard Price, 312 W. Quinn St., Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3629 

Beulah 

Brown Roy R. Cartrett, 320 Old Drag Strip Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2025 

Steve Hulen, 75 Bucktown Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2017 

Calypso Thomas Albritton, P.O. Box 245, Calypso 28325; 919-658-2602 

James Baker, P.O. Box 164, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4984 

Clinton, First Mrs. Mary Little, 1000 Lakeview Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3523 

Mrs. Margaret Underwood, 256 Nathan Dudley Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2450 



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Concord Gary Bell, 749 Wards Road, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

Mrs. Betty Usher, 318 North Monk St., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2402 

Corinth Mrs. Phoebe Johnson, 309 Wards Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2374 

Mrs. Eunice Knowles, 1225 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2740 

Dobson Chapel Jimmy Brown, 1023 Stockinghead Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-3463 

Russell Brown, 3354 Stockinghead Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2228 

Evergreen Dwight Grady, 2715 River Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-532-4043 

Madison Lane, 3246 River Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-532-4620 

Faison Mrs. Helen Britt, P.O. Box 212, Faison 28341; 910-267-3391 

Ladeane Little, 214 N. Faison Ave., Faison 28341; 910-267-1230 

Garland Gene Hart, P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; 910-529-4311 

Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441; 910-529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Mark Best, 147 Willie Best Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3481 

Gary Rose, 1349 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3391 

Grove Park Eddie & Muriel Wetherington, 695 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-2898 

Hickory Grove Larry Strickland, 1288 Rabbit Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4593 

Gerald Strickland, 8397 N. US 421 Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6717 

Immanuel John Brown, 318 Dixie Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7833 

John Owens, 1000 Warren St., Clinton 28328; 910-596-0292 

Ingold Norwood Carter, 1500 Libson Bridge Rd., Garland 28441; 910-529-1921 

O.L. Matthis, 1713 Edmond Matthis Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-529-3279 

Island Creek Harry Bradshaw, 211 Dogwood St., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3889 

Wayne Cobb, 189 Clay Hill Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-6452 

Johnson Mrs. Violette Phillips, P.O. Box 720, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-1038 

Jesse Quinn, 390 Boyette Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7608 

Kenansville Mickey Benton, P.O. Box 594, Kenansville 28349-0594; 910-296-1465 

Henry West, Jr., 1289 NC 24-50 Hwy., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7294 

Magnolia Kenneth Baker, 269 Sheffield Rd., Magnolia 29453; 910-289-2313 

Mision Bautista Maranatha Rev. Pedro Bueno, 2941 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-590-3390 

Mount Gilead Lonnie J. Bass, 926 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-4074 

Randy Driskill, 167 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8691 

Mount Olive, First J.A. Jones, 407 W. Station St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3152 

Albert Landin, 310 W. College St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-9803 

Mount Vernon Mr. & Mrs. Tate Pope, 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3454 

New Hope Raymond Blanchard, 3240 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3586 

Robert Frederick, 3660 New Hope Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3639 

Peace Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Kent Southerland, 238 Emmett Davis Ln., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5178 

Piney Grove Wayne Thornton, 993 E. Darden Rd., Faison 28341; 910-564-2230 

Ron Wilkins, 858 Panhandle Rd., Faison 28341; 910-533-3810 

Poplar Grove Garland Britt, Lake Artesia Rd., Faison 28341; (No Telephone) 

Keith Massey, 11445 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3193 

Poston Ms. Annette Henderson, 144 Henderson Ln., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4166 

Ms. Aileen Moore, 170 Henderson Ln. Wallace 28466; 910-285-3436 

Rose Hill Clarence Brown, P.O. Box 320, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2339 

W.S. Wells, Jr., P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2691 



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Rowan Frankie Baldwin, 2530 Old Warsaw Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6753 

Donald Pope, P.O. Box 411, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3437 

Sharon Raybourne Batchelor, 200 Norwood Blanchard Rd., Chinquapin 28521 

910-285-2587 

Troy Rhodes, 3459 NC 41 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-285-5354 



Shiloh Danny O. Wood, 3587 Fountaintown Rd., Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-4764 

Mrs. Evelyn L. Wood, 3587 Fountainwood Rd., Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-4764 



Siloam Mr. & Mrs. Robert O. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harells 28444 

910-532-4211 

Teachey A.C. Kenan, 1207 N. Railroad St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-3291 

Leland McGill, 108 N. Teachey Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2360 

Turkey A.B. Carter, 32 Beulah Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3148 

Henry J. Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Union Grove Raeford Carter, Jr., 880 Kenneth Carter Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-7222 

Glenwood Fryar, 157 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8274 

Warsaw James F. Strickland, P.O. Box 783, Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4289 

Wells Chapel Percy L. Carter, 1332 Rufus Wells Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-4997 

Harry Hoover, 340 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4336 

White Oak Mary Alice Boney, 5680 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4504 

Kenneth Honeycutt, 880 Bass Lake Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6882 

Chairman of Deacons 

Alum Springs Mr. Larry W. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-3614 

Bear Marsh Stanley Byrd, 1568 Beautancas Rd., Mount Olive 28365; 919-658-3987 

Beulaville Jimmy Lanier, 131 Quinn Store Rd., Beulaville 28518; 

910-298-3577 

Brown Mr. Roy R. Cartrette, 320 Old Drag Strip Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2025 

Calvary Mr. Johnny Chestnutt, Henry Middleton Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

910-293-7326 

Calypso Mr. James Baker, P.O. Box 164, Mt. Olive 28365; 658-4984 

Center Ray A. Cannon, 6141 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4552 

Clinton, First Mr. Doug Warren, 303 Inverness Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-4932 

Concord Mr. Gary Bell, 749 Wards Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-289-3974 

Corinth Mr. George R. Jones, 668 Fussell Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3494 

Dobson Chapel Mr. Eugene Nethercutt, 1144 S. Dobson Chapel Rd., Magnolia 28453; 

910-296-0635 

Evergreen Jerry Todd, P.O. Box 21, Harrells 28444; 910-532-2271 

Faison Mr. Richard Whitman, 731 Veach's Mill Rd., Warsaw 28398; 

910-293-3057 

Garland Mr. Bobby Marshall, 5184 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-529-4904 

Garner's Chapel Mr. Mark Best, 147 Willie Best Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3327 

Grove Park Dr. John H. Smith, 107 Fox Lake Dr., Clinton 28328-3105; 

910-592-1375 

Hickory Grove ....Mr. Jackie Tyndall, 1795 Rabbit St., Clinton NC 28328; 910-564-4117 
Immanuel....Mr. Charles A. Adams, 2905 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6517 



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Ingold Mr. Bruce Ashford, Sr., P.O. Box 128, Garland 28441; 910-529-1560 

Island Creek Mr. Harry Bradshaw, 211 Dogwood St., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3889 

Johnson Mr. Boyce Boyette, 306 Boyette Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7367 

Kenansville Mr. Bob Swain, 126 Henry Middleton Rd., Warsaw NC 28349 

910-293-7777 

Magnolia Mr. Tommy Kissner, 116 W. Main St., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-3036 

Mision Bautista Maranatha Mr. Remigio Resendiz, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328 

910-596-0078 

Mount Gilead Lonnie J. Bass, 926 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328 

910-592-4074 

Mount Olive, First Mrs. Marjorie Garris, 1442 Old Mt. Olive Hwy., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-736-1825 

Mount Vernon Wayne Wilson, 1674 Auctioneer Rd., Clinton 28328 

910-533-3364 

New Hope Mr. Edward Colwell, Colwell Ln., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3372 

Peace Mr. Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Piney Grove Mr. Frederick Thornton, 787 E. Darden Rd., Faison NC 28341 

910-564-2188 

Poplar Grove Mr. Douglas Blackmon, 1276 Giddensville Rd., Faison 28341 

910-267-1001 

Poston Terry Duff, Hwy 41, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4869 

Rose Hill Mr. Larry Price, P.O. Box 638, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3837 

Rowan L.E. Tart, 8780 Rackley Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3456 

Sharon Mr. Harold Hatcher, 572 S. NC 111 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521 

910-285-4830 

Shiloh Mr. Danny O. Wood, 3587 Fountaintown Rd., Chinquapin 28521 

910-285-4764 

Siloam Mr. Robert O. Sanderson, P.O. Box 110, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4211 

Teachey Mr. Graham Kilpatrick, 10 Washington Circle, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4253 

Turkey Mr. Henry J. Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Union Grove Mr.Glenwood Fryar, 157 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8274 

Warsaw Mr. Hubert Merritt, 217 Elm St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-4872 

Wells Chapel Mr. Jim Moody, 2241 Wallace Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-532-4479 

White Oak Mr. Kenneth Honeycutt, 880 Bass Lake Rd., Clinton 28328 

910-564-6882 

Sunday School Directors 

Albertson Mr. Billy R. Daniels, 364 Coy Smith Rd., Albertson 28508; 252-568-3716 

Alum Springs Mr. John Wheeler, 175 John Wheeler Ln., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-658-9231 

Bear Marsh Bobby Holland, 629 Maysville School Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-658-4788 

Beulaville F.H. Danley, P.O. Box 212, Beulaville NC 28518; 910-298-3212 

Brown Mr. Jimmy A. Carr, 4423 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Calvary Mr. John Casteen, 1097 Britt St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2941 

Calypso Mr. Greg Wiggins, 105 Pineland Ave., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3467 

Center Ray Cannon, 6141 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4552 

Clinton, First Mrs. Lou Royal, 58 Hubbard PI., Clinton 28328; 910-596-0936 

Concord Mr. Gary Bell, 749 Ward Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 



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Dobson Chapel Mr. Timothy Nethercutt,P.O. Box 702, Kenansville 28349; 

910-296-1685 

Evergreen Mr. Sherwood Johnson, 10980 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Magnolia 28453; 

910-532-2366 

Faison Mrs. Annie Brown, P.O. Box 727, Faison 28341; 910-267-2321 

Garland Mr. Frank Morris, P.O. Box 191, Garland 28441; 910-529-9161 

Garner's Chapel Mr. Bernard Jones, 678 Jim Best Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-4589 

Grove Park Mr. Carroll Royal, 5842 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328-5844; 

910-592-5203 

Hickory Grove Mr. J. R. Naylor, 3130 Straw Pond School Rd., Roseboro NC 28382; 

910-567-2698 



Immanuel....Mr. Charles A. Adams, 2905 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6517 
Ingold Mr. Bobby H. Lamb, 931 Lisbon Bridge Rd., Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 



Island Creek Mr. George Brown, 466 Island Creek Rd., Wallace 28466; 910-285-2540 

Johnson Mrs. Ellen Bell, 235 Cy Cavenaugh Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-3194 

Kenansville Mr. Bert Alabaster, 132 Limestone St., Kenansville 28349; 

910-296-0246 

Magnolia Mr. Tommy Kissner, 116 W. Main St., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-3036 

Mount Gilead Byron Bass, 3808 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-1666 

Mount Olive, First Mrs. Jenny Jeanes, 706 Club Knolls Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 

919-658-9597 

Mount Vernon Ray Gainey, 2323 King Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3804 

New Hope Mrs. Esther F. Hines, 3850 New Hope Church Rd., Turkey 28393; 

910-533-3228 

Peace Mr. Roy Cottle, P.O. Box 464, Calypso 28325; 919-658-5023 

Piney Grove Mr. Dewitt King, 1248 Darden Rd., Faison 28341; 910-564-6997 

Poplar Grove Mr. Keith Massey, 11445 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3193 

Poston Derrik Parker, 5704 NC Hwy 50 S, Wallace NC 28466; 910-285-5486 

Rowan Mike Ellis, 115 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7627 

Serenity 

Sharon Mrs. Pat Norris, Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-4352 

Shiloh Mr. Ray Likens, 3466 Fountaintown Rd., Chinquapin NC 28521; 

910-285-4785 

Siloam Mr. Timothy L. Rose, 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-2021 

Teachey 

Turkey Mr. David D. Hudson, Sr., 6890 Old Warsaw Rd., Turkey 28393; 

910-533-3259 

Union Grove Mr. Raeford Carter, 880 Kenneth Carter Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-7222 

Warsaw Mr.Patrick Jernigan, 956 S Railroad St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7714 

Wells Chapel Mr. Kalton R. Newkirk, 8390 Willard Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-4547 

White Oak Mr. Princeton West, 874 Boone Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4114 

Discipleship Training Directors 

Evergreen Rev. Kevin A. Purcell, 63 E. Magnolia Lisbon Hwy., Rose Hill 28458; 

910-532-2822 

Garland Mr. J.T Riley, P.O. Box 182, Garland 28441; 910-529-4941 



Grove Park Rev. Billy Todd, 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328-6091; 910-592-3441 



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Immanuel Mrs. Ann Thigpen, 108 Shields St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5768 

Johnson Rev. Farrell H. Miller, Sr., 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 29398 

910-293-4980 

Kenansville Rev. D. Gene Lakey, Jr., P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349; 910-296-0723 

Mision Bautista Maranatha Rev. Pedro Bueno, 2941 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328 

910-590-3390 

Mount Olive, First Margaret A. Parvin, 502 W. Main St., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-658-4084 

Mount Vernon Diane Quinn, 1028 Pine Ridge Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-2426 

Peace Mr. Ken Powell, P.O. Box 441, Calypso 28325; 919-658-8073 

Poston Rev. James W. Creech, 3912 S. NC 111 Hwy., Wallace 28466 

910-285-2476 

Rowan Donna Ellis, 115 Jefferson St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-7627 

Siloam Mrs. Dee Cannady, 424 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells NC 28444; 910-532-4235 

Turkey ...Rev. Douglas M. Musselwhite, P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393; 910-592-2056 

Wells Chapel Mr. Eddie King, 1591 Rufus Wells Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-2392 

Brotherhood Director 

Bear Marsh Ricky Beasley, 825 Tram Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-8466 

Beulaville Bobby Cottle, 746 Cornmill Rd., Beulaville 28518; 910-298-5480 

Brown Mr. Roy R. Cartrette, 320 Old Drag Strip Rd., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-2025 

Clinton, First Mr. Frankie Owens, 91 Boykin Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2025 

Concord Mr. Gary Bell, 749 Wards Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3974 

Dobson Chapel Mr. Gene Foster, 2120 Hallsville Rd., Beulaville 28518; 910-296-1084 

Evergreen Mr. Floyd Sutton, 607 Trinity Church Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-532-4905 

Garland Mr. Norwood Blackman, Garland 28441; 910-529-7791 

Garner's Chapel Mr. Mark Best, 147 Willie Best Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3327 

Grove Park Mr Bobby Vann, 401 Fox Lake Dr., Clinton 28328-3111; 910-592-2831 

Immanuel Mr. Johnny Parker, 4182 Roseboro Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6597 

Ingold Mr. Bobby H. Lamb, 931 Libson Bridge Rd., Garland 28441; 910-529-5961 

Island Creek Mr. Kenneth Batchelor, 209 Garland King Rd., Teachey 28458 

910-285-4404 

Johnson Rev. Farrell H. Miller, Sr., 470 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw 28398 

910-293-4980 

Mision Bautusta Maranatha Mr. Roberto Funes, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28329-0837 

910-596-0078 

Mount Gilead Johnny Thompson, 5070 Union School Rd., Clinton 28328 

910-592-3868 

Mount Olive First Mr. Wayne Gardner, 156 Brookterrace Rd., Dudley 28333 

919-736-4838 

Mount Vernon Tony Rackley, 631 Carter Town Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-590-3313 

Piney Grove Mr. David Sinclair, 6628 Faison Hwy., Faison 29341; 910-533-3944 

Poston Rev. James W. Creech, 3912 S. NC 111 Hwy., Wallace NC 28466 

910-285-5354 

Sharon Mr. Troy Rhodes, 3459 NC 41 Hwy., Wallace 28466; 910-285-5354 

Shiloh Mr. Sam Reding, 1193 NC 111 Hwy. South, Chinquapin 28521 

910-298-4701 



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Siloam Mr. Joe Price, 1258 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4116 

Turkey Mr. David D. Hudson, Jr., 706 Walking Stick Trail, Clinton 28393; 

910-592-7835 

Union Grove Mr. Rickey Andrasko, 8811 Garland Hwy., Clinton 28328; 

910-592-1430 

Wells Chapel. ...Mr. Harry Hoover, 340 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4336 



WMU Directors 

Alum Springs Mrs. Kaye Taylor, 4063 NC 111 N, Albertson 28508;919-658-5364 

Bear Marsh Beverly Hatch, 1113 NC 403 W., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3595 

Beulaville Letha Deal, 430 Edwards Rd., Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3935 

Brown Mrs. Ann V. Peterson, 1230 Basstown Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2604 

Calypso Mrs. Lucille Koszulinski, 438 Albritton Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5132 

Center Leona Blackburn, 10305 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4460 

Clinton, First Donna Landes, P.O. Box 1053, Clinton 28328; 910-592-7947 

Concord Mrs. Jessie R. Lanier, 204 Halls Pond Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3784 

Corinth Mrs. Linda Porter, 309 Williams-Taylor Creek Rd., Teachey 28464 

910-289-3602 

Dobson Chapel Mrs. Betty Brown, 345 Stockinghead Rd., Rose Hill 28458 

910-289-2228 

Evergreen Mrs. Daisy J. Chestnutt, 199 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Magnolia 28453 

910-532-4632 

Faison Mrs. Helen Britt, P.O. Box 212, Faison 28341; 910-267-3391 

Garland Mrs. Judy Harrell, 15890 Garland Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-529-1237 

Garners Chapel Kim Hicks, 169 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4355 

Grove Park Mrs. Betty Carr, 505 Carolina Ave., Clinton 28328-2221; 910-592-4860 

Hickory Grove Mrs. Carroll Armstrong, 11455 US 421 S. Clinton 28328 

910-564-2495 

Immanuel Mrs. Patricia Parker, 4182 Roseboro Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6597 

Ingold Mrs. Imogene King, 301 Old US 701 Hwy., Clinton 28328 

Island Creek Mrs. Kathaleen Caldwell, P.O. Box 293, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4537 

Johnson Mrs. Minnie Haggerty, Lanefield Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-2232 

Kenansville Mrs. Edna Earle Brinson, P.O. Box 8, Kenansville 28349-0008 

910-296-1519 

Magnolia Miss Inez Rose, 127 Sheffield Rd., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2332 

Mision Bautusta Maranatha Mrs. Maria Hernandez, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 

28329-0837; 910-596-0078 

Mount Gilead Willa C. Warren, 1805 E. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328 

910-592-3776 

Mount Olive, First Mrs. Elizabeth Gordon, 103 Ridgecrest Dr., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-658-6293 

Mount Vernon Janice Wilson, 4671 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3596 

New Hope Mrs. Shelby G. Blanchard, 3240 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393 

910-533-3586 

Piney Grove Mrs. Ola Daughtry, 617 S. McCullen Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3245 

Poplar Grove Mrs. Meredth Spencer, 843, Spencer, Rd , 28341;910-267-3211 

Poston Peggy Creech, 3912 S. NC 11 Hwy, Wallace 28466; 910-285-2476 

Rose Hill Mrs. Mary E. Wells, P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2691 



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Rowan Emma A. Chambers, 1982 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2373 

Sharon Mrs. Shirley Denton, 1449 Durwood Evans Rd., Beulaville 28518 

910-285-3484 

Siloam Mrs. Mary M. Rose, 1345 Wilmington Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-2021 

Teachey Mrs. Willard Fussell, P.O. Box 1, Teachey 28464; 910-285-3180 

Turkey Mrs. Helen P. Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393; 910-533-3845 

Union Grove Mrs. Brenda Saunders, 2501 Ezzell Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-3557 

Warsaw Mrs. Connie Mathis, 254 N. Country Club Rd., Kenansville 28349 

910-296-1726 

Wells Chapel.... Mrs. Kalton R. Newkirk, 8390 Willard Rd., Willard 28478; 910-532-4547 
White Oak Mrs. Sharon Boone, 58 Murphy Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-2208 



Church Clerk 

Albertson Johnnie P. Harper, 3665 Bill Sutton Rd., Albertson 28508; 252-568-3117 

Alum Springs Marie K. Harper, 1503 White Flash Rd., Mt. Olive NC 28365 

919-658-3614 

Bear Marsh Doris K. Holland, 314 W. Station St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-4793 

Beulaville Azaline Maready, P.O. Box 176, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-3756 

Brown 4423 Keener Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-6584 

Calvary Mr. Earl Rouse, 455 E. Dudley St., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7963 

Calypso Mrs. Pam Barwick, 245 N. Duplin School Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-658-5578 

Center Leona Blackburn, 10305 Harrells Hwy., Garland 28441; 910-532-4460 

Clinton First Mrs. Sue Miller, 305 Fox Lake Dr., Clinton 28328; 910-592-5885 

Clinton First Mrs. Martha Pierce, 95 Denton Ave., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6967 

Concord Mrs. Sandra Boone, 2265 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-3434 

Corinth Ms. Betty P. Butts, 112 E. Cavenaugh St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-3917 

Dobson Chapel Mrs. Anna B. Harrell, 2219 S. NC 50, Rose Hill 28458 

910-289-3822 

Evergreen Mrs. Annie H. Daniels, 10980 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Rose Hill 28458 

910-532-2127 

Faison Ladeane Little, 214 N. Faison Ave., Faison 28341; 910-267-1230 

Garland Mrs. Sandra B. Norris, P.O. Box 552, Garland 28441; 910-529-5371 

Garners Chapel Annie Albertson, 1219 Bennett's Bridge Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-658-5219 

Grove Park Mrs. Glenda Todd, 9035 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328-6091 

910-592-3441 

Hickory Grove Mrs. Judy David, 8337 N. US 421 Hwy., Clinton 28328 

910-564-4849 

Immanuel Mrs. Levonda W. Rose, 4050 Five Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328 

910-564-4998 

Ingold Mrs. Sara W. Pope, 453 Ozzie Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-529-4838 

Island Creek Mrs. Kathleen Caldwell, P.O. Box 293, Wallace 28466; 910-285-4537 

Johnson Mrs. Carol Miller, P.O. Box 293, Wallace 28466; 910-293-4980 

Kenansville Mrs. Edna Earle Brinson, P.O. Box 8, Kenansville 28349-0008 

910-296-1519 

Magnolia Mrs. Gail C. Whaley, 231 John Rich Rd., Warsaw 28398; 910-289-3713 



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Mount Gilead Brenda S. Matthis, 4988 Taylors Bridge Rd., Clinton 28328 

910-592-1660 

Mount Olive First Dr. T. E. Shaver, P.O. Box 986, Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-3892 

Mount Vernon Kay Pope, 488 Beaver Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-533-3278 

New Hope Mrs. Sherry G. Hines, 4970 New Hope Church Rd., Turkey 28393 

910-533-3417 

Peace Mrs. Kathy Hardison, P.O. Box 436, Calypso 28325; 919-658-5394 

Piney Grove Mrs. Eloise Clifton, 1411 Giddensville Rd., Faison 28341; 910-592-6918 

Poplar Grove Mrs. Ann Miller, 8924 Faison Hwy., Faison 28341; 910-533- 3342 

Rose Hill Mr. Greg W. Salmon, P.O. Box 789, Wallace 28466; 910-285-7200 

Rowan Judith P. Hairr, 2065 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6973 

Sharon Mrs. Madeline Norris, 134 Firehouse Rd., Chinquapin 28521; 910-285-4281 

Shiloh Mrs . Cathy J. Jarosewicz, 809 Cypress Creek Rd., Wallace 28466 

910-285-3877 

Siloam Mrs. Lela M. Harrell, 3590 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells 28444; 910-532-4383 

Teachey Mrs. Mary V. Jenkins, 176 Page St., Teachey 28464; 910-285-3821 

Turkey Mrs. Mary P. King, 5630 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-2104 

Union Grove Mrs. Patt Fryar, 50 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4864 

Warsaw Mrs. Cathy G. Gray, 244 Dogwood Dr., Warsaw 28398; 910-293-7316 

Wells Chapel Mrs. Joan W. Ivey, 115 Sunset St., Wallace 28466; 910-285-4708 

White Oak Mary A. Boney, 5680 Bonnetsville Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-592-4504 



Music Directors 



Beulaville Mary Thigpen, 3740 East NC 24, Beulaville 28518; 910-298-4498 

Calypso Mrs. Pam Riggle, 1030 Dill St., Mt. Olive 28365; 919-658-5693 

Clinton First Rev. Jean B. Hatch, 311 Fairfax St., Clinton 28328; 910-592-6215 

Concord Mrs. Sandra W. Boone, 2265 Cornwallis Rd., Rose Hill 28458 

910-289-3434 

Corinth Mrs. Vickie Baker, 600 Corinth Church Rd., Teachey 28464; 910-289-3911 

Dobson Chapel, Mrs. Janet Register, 221 Stockinghead Rd., Rose Hill 28458 

910-289-3367 

Evergreen, Rose Hill Mrs. Diana Godwin, P.O. Box 221, Rose Hill 28458 

910-289-9294 

Garland Mr. Gene Hart, P.O. Box 187, Garland 28441; 910-529-4311 

Grove Park Mr. Stan I. Benton, 116 Eastover Ave., Clinton 28328-3510 

910-592-7680 

Hickory Grove Mrs. Louise McLamb, 3800 Newton Grove Hwy., Dunn 28334 

910-564-2162 

Immanuel Kathleen Hart, P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328; 910-592-3360 

Island Creek Mr. Johnny Norris, 284 Island Creek Rd., Rose Hill 28458 

910-289-3210 

Kenansville Mrs. Barbara Vestal, P.O. Box 235, Kenansville 28349-0235 

910-296-2035 



Magnolia Mrs. Rita Brown, 2231 S. US 117 Hwy., Magnolia 28453; 910-289-2416 

Mision Bautusta Maranatha Mr. Remigio Resendiz, P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28329-0837 

910-596-0078 

Mount Gilead Karen B. Driskill, 167 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328 

910-592-8691 



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Mount Vernon Leah Heath, 4803 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-533-2019 

Peace, Calypso Mrs. Becky Kriger, 162 Emmett Davis Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 

919-658-6296 

Piney Grove Mrs. Ruth King, 1248 East Darden Rd., Faison 28341 

910-564-6697 

Poston Billie Murray, 217 First St., Wallace 28466: 910-285-2855 

Rose Hill Mrs. Linda Murphy, P.O. Box 280, Rose Hill 28458; 910-289-2970 

Rowan Linda Burgess, 2250 Turkey Hwy., Clinton 28328; 910-592-8487 

Sharon Mrs. Betty Brant, 2824 S. NC 41 & 50 Hwy. South, Chinquapin 28521 

910-285-3044 

Siloam Rev. Timothy G. Register, 826 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells 28444 

910-532-4444 

Warsaw Rev. Michael K. Edwards, 131 C G's Circle, Dudley 28333; 919-731-4573 

Wells Chapel.... Mrs. Geraldine F. Johnson, P.O. Box 146, Harrells 28444; 910-532-4573 
White Oak Mrs. Peggy Boone, 1298 Boone Rd., Clinton 28328; 910-564-4666 

Committee on Committees 



EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: 

1999 Michael Shook 609 North East Blvd., Clinton, NC 28328 (C) 910-592-3937 

(H) 910-564-2794 

1999 Gene Hart (Chairman) P.O. Box 187, Garland, NC 28441 (H) 910-529-4311 

2000 Kenneth Benton 3513 Faison Hwy., Clinton , NC 28328 (C) 910-533-3164 

(H) 910-533-3099 

2000 J. Elwood Oliver P.O. Box 549, Pink Hill , NC 28572; (C) 929-658-2787 

(H) 919-568-3541 

2001 Graham Elmore 307 E. Pollock St., Warsaw, 28398 (W) 910-293-4040 

(H) 910-293-3939 

2001 Gene Nethercutt 1144 S. Dobson Chapel Rd., Magnolia , 28453 

(H) 910-296-0635 

MEDIA LIBRARY: 

1999 Ann Thigpen (Chairman) 108 Shields St., Clinton, NC 28328 (W) 910-592-4153 

(H) 910-592-5768 

2000 Betsy McCullen 3002 Warsaw Rd., Clinton, NC 28328; (H) 910-592-8745 

2000 Virginia Byrd 660 Lake Artesia Rd., Turkey, NC 28393 (H) 910-533-3796 

2001 Jewel Best P.O. Box 233, Calypso, 28325 (H) 919-658-4712 

2001 Mary Beth Reichard P.O. Box 961, Kenansville, 28349 (H) 910-296-0971 

MINISTERS ORIENTATION COMMITTEE: 

1999 Frank Turner (Chairman) 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 

C) 910-564-6060 (H) 910-592-7156 

2000 Mark Thomas P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin, NC 28521 (H) 910-286-3062 

(C) 910-285-4391 

2001 Paul Rose 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mt. Olive, 28365 (C) 910-267-5301 

(H) 919-658-4600 



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STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: 

1999 Jimmy Johnson, Chairman 519 W. Boney St., Wallace, NC 28466 

(H) 910-285-4206 

1999 Mack Musselwhite P.O. Box 148, Turkey, NC 28393 (C) 910-592-5562 

(H) 910-592-2056 

1999 James Ezzell 11360 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Magnolia 28453 (W) 910-532-4101 

(H) 910-532-4749 

2000 Bob Garrett 1027 Gregory Ford Rd., Richlands 28574 (H) 910-324-5173 

2000 Kenneth Powell P.O. Box 441, Calypso, NC 28325 (H) 919-658-8073 

2000 Timothy Register 833 Tomahawk Hwy.,Harrells, NC 28444 (C) 910-532-4077 

(H) 910-532-4444 

2000 Charles Edwin Pope 904 Raleigh Rd., Clinton NC 28328; (H) 910-592-3740 

EBA Treasurer Gary Rouse, 113 Vista Dr.,Clinton, NC 28328 (H) 910-592-5287 

(W) 910-592-8171 

2001 Frankie Baldwin 2530 Old Warsaw Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 (H) 910-592-6753 

2001 Kenneth Honeycutt 880 Bass Lake Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 (H) 910-564-6882 

CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE: 

1999 Kevin Purcell (Chairman) 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill, NC 28458 

(C) 910-532-4757 (H) 910-532-2822 

2000 Farrell Miller 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw, NC 28398 (C) 910-293-4757 

(H) 910-293-4980 

2001 Edgar Rouse 303 E. Hill St., Warsaw, 28398 (C) 919-658-8004 

(H) 910-293-2127 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE: 



1999 James Flowers (Chairman) ..1364 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton, 28328 (H) 910-592-5686 

(C) 910-592-5234 

2000 Steve Porter 125 Heath St., Clinton, NC 28328 (H) 910-592-9372 

2001 Odell Peterson 952 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton, 28328 (H) 910-592-7000 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE: 

1999 Gene Hart (Chairman) P.O. Box 187, Garland, NC 28441 (H) 910-529-4311 

2000 Hortense Hasty P.O. Box 97, Kenansville, NC 29459 (H) 910-296-0786 

2001 Larry Blount P.O. Box 96, Magnolia, 28453-0096 (C) 910-289-2217 

(H) 910-289-2275 

ELWYN MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE: 

1999 Gerald Quinn (Chairman) P.O. Box 283, Warsaw, NC 28398 (H) 910-293-4579 

2000 Mike Shook 609 NE Blvd., Clinton, 28328 (C) 910-592-3937 

(Fax) 910-592-3753 (H) 910-564-2794 

2001 Larry Price 290 Horsepen Lane, Rose Hill 28458 (H) 910-289-3837 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: 

1999 Pedro Bueno 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328 (C) 910-596-0078 

(H) 910-590-3390 

2000 Mark Thomas P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521 (H) 910-285-3062 

(C) 910-285-4391 

2001 Millard Bounds 2609 Emmaus Church Road, Dudley 28333 (H) 919-658-5479 



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NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 



1999 Joel Story (Chairman) 2600 N. McCullen RcL, Faison, NC 28341 

(H) 910-564-4848 (C) 910-564-6061 

1999 Robert Sanderson P.O. Box 110, Harrells, NC 28444 (H) 910-532-4211 

2000 Lucille Yancey 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 (H) 910-592-3080 

(C) 910-285-4391 

2000 Mark Thomas, P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521 (C) 910-285-4391 

(H) 910-285-3062 

2001 Kenneth Smith 268 Old Dragstrip Road, Clinton 28328 (H) 910-596-2473 

2001 Allen Overton Box 1694, Clinton 28329-1694 (C) 910-592-3854 

(H) 910-592-3360 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: 

1999 Gary Bell (Chairman) 749 Ward Rd., Rose Hill, NC 28458 (H) 910-289-3974 

2000 Lewis M. Pate, Jr 102 Meredith St., Mt. Olive, NC 28458 (H) 919-658-6170 

2001 Hubert Merritt 217 Elm St., Warsaw 28398 (H) 910-293-4872 



PROGRAM COMMITTEE: 

1999 Lucille Yancey (Chairman) 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 

(H) 910-592-3080 

2001 Jimmy Creech 4121 NC 11-S, Wallace 28466 (C) 910-285-2439 

(H) 910-285-2476 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE: 

1999 Johnny Armstrong 11455 US 421 North, Clinton 28328 (H) 910-564-2495 

1999 Wayne Caviness (Chairman) P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441 (C) 910-529-5201 

(H) 910-529-2531 

2000 Tim Gore 110 Wade St., Warsaw 28398 (H) 910-293-7468 

2001 John A. Johnson 115 E. Plank St., Warsaw 28398 (H) 910-293-4958 

2001 Ray Smith 7310 Howard Rd., Autryville 28318 (C) 910-533-3417 

(H) 910-567-6230 



Associational Missions Development Program 

Mission Ministries Director - Phillip Shuford, 104 Stewart Ave., Clinton 28328 
Telephone (O) 910-293-7077, (H) 910-592-0405, (Fax) 910-293-7084 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL: 

Director Danny Johnson, 5275 Cornwallis Road, Turkey 28393 (H) 910-293-7084 

Brotherhood Representative H.L. Sanderson, 1451 NC Hwy. 11 S, Magnolia 28453 

(H) 910-289-4374 

WMU Representative Helen Register, 1925 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393 

(H) 910-533-3845 

Sunday School Representative Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 874, Kenansville 28349 

(C) 910-296-1137 (H) 910-296-0723 
Promotion 

(NOTE): Chairman of each Associational Missions Development Program Committee is a 
member of the Missions Development Council. 



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I. DEAF MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

1999 Dan Sellars 4601 NC 50 Hwy, Chinquapin 28521 (C) 910-285-2636 

(H) 910-285-2431 

2000 Jackie Pope 258 Beaver RcL, Clinton 28328 (H) 910-533-3454 

2001 Clessie Worley (Chairman)... 1238 NC Hwy. 41, Pink Hill 28572 (H) 910-285-9090 



II. LITERACY COMMITTEE 

1999 Barb Purcell 63 E. Magnolia -Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill 28458 (H) 910-532-2822 

2000 Bobby Ashford 1530 Old US 701 Hwy., Garland 28441 (H) 910-529-1560 

2001 



III. MENTALLY HANDICAPPED MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

1999 Margaret Musselwhite P.O. Box 148, Turkey 28393 (H) 910-592-2056 

2000 Pat Brown (Chairman) 1226 Beulah Rd., Clinton 28328 (H) 910-592-3457 

2001 Dallas Gore 587 Carlton Chapel Church Rd., Warsaw 28398 (H) 910-293-7879 



IV. LANGUAGE MISSIONS MINISTRIES (6 Members + Language Pastors) 

1999 Graham Hood 215 Wilbur St., Warsaw 28398 (H) 910-293-3142 

1999 Wayne Wilson (Chairman) 674 Auctioneer Rd., Clinton 28328 (H) 310-533-3364 

Pedro Bueno, Maranatha 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328 (H) 910-590-3390 

Vicente Rangel, Monte Olivo 627 Whitfield Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 (H) 919-658-8292 

Getsemani 

Lawrence Otarola Emanuel, 122 Currie St., Wallace 28466 (H) 910-285-5954 

2000 Jennie Jeans 706 Club Knolls Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 (H) 919-658-9597 

2000 W.S. Wells P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill, 28458 (H) 910-289-2691 

2001 Amy Johnson 12425 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Magnolia 28453 (H) 910-532-4746 

2001 Remigio Resenda 1450 Rowan Rd., Clinton 28328 (H) 910-590-2672 

V. SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (6 Members): 

1999 Erma Goodson 291 Cricket Ridge, Mt. Olive, 28365 (H) 919-658-9817 

1999 Frank & Polly Thomas P.O. Box 111, Beulaville, (H) 910-298-4587 

2000 Dan Sellars (Chairman) 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin 28521 

(C) 910-285-2636 
(H) 910-285-2431 

2000 Bersha Lewis 604 W. Steale St., Mt. Olive 28365 (H) 919-658-9507 

2001 Donna Landes 2851 Garland Hwy., Clinton 28328 (H) 910- 592-7947 

2001 Mildred Mathis 838 N. NC 11 & 903 Hwy., Kenansville 28349 

(H) 910-296-0760 

VI. VOLUNTEER CHAPLAINCY MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

1999 Chaplain Gerald Carris (Chairman) 1442 Old Mt.Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333 

(H) 919-736-1825 
(W) 919-934-8386 

2000 James Tyndall 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 (H) 919-658-6133 

2001 Mark Thomas.. ..Box 126. Chinquapin 28521 (C) 910-285-4391 (H) 910-285-3062 



VII. CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

1999 Robert Hunter P.O. Box 394, Beulaville 28518 (H) 910-289-4060 

(C) 910-299-8406 

2000 Joanne Overton (Chairman) P.O. Box 1694, Clinton 28328 (H) 910-592-3360 

2001 Bob Miller, Jr 5216 E. NC 24 Hwy., Beulaville 28518 (H) 910-298-3091 

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VIII. INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRIES (3 Members): 

1999 Don Gordon (Chairman) RO. Box 203, Mt. Olive 28365 (C) 919-658-2062 

2000 Wayne Caviness P.O. Box 367, Garland 28441 (H) 910-529-5201 

(C) 910-529-2531 

2001 Gene Lakey Box 874, Kenansville 28349 (C) 910-296-1137 (H) 910-296-0723 



IX. CHURCH EXTENSION MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (5 Members): 

1999 Ray Smith 7310 Howard Rd., Autryville 28318 (H) 910-567-6230 

(C) 910-533-3372 

1999 Richard Weeks 1340 Boney Mill Rd. Clinton 28328 (H) 910-590-2502 

2000 Greg Day (Chairman) 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton, 28328 (C & Fax) 910-592-7508 

(H) 910-592-7268 

2001 Scott Frady P.O. Box 248, Calypso 28325 (H) 919-658-5223 



X. RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (5 Members): 

1999 Johnny Bullard 2268 Union School Rd., Clinton 28328 (H) 910-592-5229 

1999 Mark Thomas (Chairman) P.O. Box 126, Chinquapin 28521 (C) 910-285-4391 

2000 Jean Hatch P.O. Box 837, Clinton 28328 (W) 910-592-8137 

2001 Dean Wood 1579 Old US Hwy. 701, Clinton 28328 (H) 910-529-4181 

2001 Chris Ward 632 Carlton Chapel Church Rd., Warsaw 28398 (H) 910-293-3965 



XI. MEDICAL/DENTAL VAN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (5 Members): 

1999 Rhonda Lucas (Chaiman) 198 Carrie's Lane, Teachey 28464 (H) 910-285-7938 

1999 Ila Davis 112 E. Magnolia-Libson Rd., Rose Hill 28458 (H) 910-532-2579 

2000 Tom Shaver P.O. Box 486, Mt. Olive 28458 (H) 919-658-3807 

2001 Becky Kriger Mt. Olive 28365 (H) 919-658-6926 



XII. MULTIHOUSING MINISTRIES COMMITTEE (6 Members): 

1999 Edgar Rouse (Chairman) 303 E. Hill St., Warsaw 28398 (H) 910-293-2127 



1999 Carolyn Drew 175 Drew Rd., Warsaw 28398 (H) 910-293-7280 

2000 H.J. Register 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393 (H) 910-533-3845 

2000 Tina Johnson 5315 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393 (H) 910-533-3303 

2001 Lawrence Otarola 122 Currie St., Wallace 28466 (H) 910-285-5954 

2001 Ronald Ginn 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill 28458 (H) 910-289-2606 



Respectively submitted, 
Tim Gore, Chairman 
Jimmie Johnson 
Mark Best 
James Tyndall 
Frankie Carter 
Kenneth Benton 




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Messengers to Annual Session 

ALUM SPRINGS: Larry W. Harper, Marie K. Harper, Rev. Elwood J. Oliver, Ruth Outlaw 
BEAR MARSH: Alan Alligood, Cindy Alligood, Ann D. Byrd, Stanley Byrd, Rev. James P. 

Tyndall, Mrs. Jean B. Tyndall 
BEULAVILLE: F.H. Danley, Marion Edwards, Dr. Robert Hunter, Jr., Martha Jones, Peanie 

Price, Willard Price 
BROWN: Roy Cartrette, Jim Corbett, Steve Hulen 
CALYPSO: James Baker, Rev. Scott Frady 
CENTER: Rev. Albert Pope, Ruth Pope 

CLINTON, FIRST Joyce Camp, Rev. Jean Hatch, Katie Johnson, Dr. David S. Kolb, Edith 

Lee, Inez Peterson, Margaret Underwood 
CONCORD: Gary Bell, Sandra Bell, Steve Boone, Rev. James W. Johnson 
CORINTH: Thelma Jones, Rev. Larry King, Grace Knowles, J.C. Savage 
DOBSON CHAPEL: Millie R. Bland, Julia Brock, Betty Brown, Russell Brown, Eugene 

Nethercutt, Pauline Nethercutt 
EVERGREEN: Rev. Kevin A. Purcell, Kristine Purcell 
FAISON: Helen Britt, Annie Brown, Ladeane Little, Rev. Paul Rose 
GARLAND: Marshall Home, Myrtis Rich, Pittman Rich 
GARNER'S CHAPEL: Mr. Mark Best, Shirley Best 

GROVE PARK: Alma Parson, Rev. James Parson, Rev. Michael Shook, Mr. James Wells, 
Lara Wells 

HICKORY GROVE: Rev. Johnny Armstrong 

IMMANUEL: Jettie Caddis, M.E. Caddis, Danny Johnson, Tena Johnson, Martha King, 

Christine Massey, Peggie Mattocks, Charles Overton, Nancy Overton 
INGOLD: Edith Blackburn, Betsy Carter, Irene Puryear 

ISLAND CREEK: Rev.Harvey Blanton, Millard Bounds, Doris Brown, Rev. Ronald Ginn, 

Sylvia Ginn, Juanita Whaley 
JOHNSON: Lila S. Boyette, Annette B. Kernstine, Carol Miller, Rev. Farrell Miller, Sr., 

Violette Phillips 

KENANSVILLE: Bert Alabaster, Rev. D. Gene Lakey, Jr., Bobbie Pigford, Jane Stover, Barbara 

Vestal, Brinson Vestal 
MAGNOLIA: Diana Kissner, Tommy Kissner, Inez Rouse 
MISION BAUTISTA MARANATHA: Rev. Pedro Bueno 

MOUNT GILEAD: Eunice Bass, Lonnie Bass, Hilda Matthis, Nellie G. Rackley, Rev. B.G. 
Thomas 

MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST Cecil Columbus, Helen Columbus, Sandy Flowers, Marjorie Garris, 

Erma Goodson, Rev. Don Gordon, Jenny Jeanes, Margaret Warren 
MOUNT VERNON: Rev. Kenneth Benton, Tate Pope 
NEW HOPE: Edward Colwell, Lillian Johnson 
PEACE: Ken Powell, Rev. Edgar A. Rouse 

PINEY GROVE: Blanche Casey, Ruth King, Rev. Joel Story, Teresa Story 
POSTON: Rev. Jimmy Creech, Peggy Creech 

ROSE HILL: Maxine Kelly, Larry Price, Rev. A.R. Teachey, Mary Evelyn Wells, W.S. Wells, Jr. 
ROWAN: Frankie Baldwin, Gloria Baldwin, Emma Chambers, Rev. Gregory Day, Donald 

Pope, Lillian Pope, Leonard Yancey, Lucille Yancey 
SHARON: Norma Batchelor, Raybourne Batchelor, Eleanor Brinkley, Carolyn Hatcher, 

Doris A. Hatcher, Margaret Huffman, Madeline Norris, Mark Thomas 
SHILOH: Dan Sellars, Faye Sellars, Evelyn Wood 



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TEACHEY: Elwood Fussell, Willard Fussell, Rhonda Lucas 
UNION GROVE: Pat Fryar, Peggy Fryar, Odell Peterson 

WARSAW: Ben Cooper, Carolyn Drew, Dorcas Grice, Graham Hood, Rev. John A. Johnson, 

Mary H. Powell, Dot Rollins, James Strickland 
WELLS CHAPEL: Ruth Carr, Florence Hoover, Nancy F. King, Rev. Ottis L. King, Eunice 

Newkirk 

WHITE OAK: Rev. Davis Benton, Mary A. Boney, Frances Buckman, Fred A. Buckman 



Proceedings 

171st Annual Session 
of 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

ALIVE TO MISSIONS. . .CATCH THE VISION! 
FIRST DAY - October 26, 1998 - ROSE HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. Registration. 

2. Dinner. 

3. Prelude music - Jean Hatch. 

4. Call to order - Moderator, Bert Alabaster 

5. Messengers sang "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name," "Crown Him with Many 
Crowns," and "To God be the Glory," led by Rhonda Lucas. 

6. Children's Praise - Scripture quotations and music. 

7. Caroll Butler of Rose Hill Baptist Church welcomed messengers. 

8. Christian Greeting, Scripture - Acts 2:46-47 - and prayer was by Host Interim Pastor, 
Dean Beck 

9. Don Gordon presented the Program Committee Report and moved its adoption. It 
was seconded and adopted. 

10. Lucille Yancey, Associate Clerk, gave the Registration Report. From 34 churches, there 
are 203 Messengers and 8 alternates, with 75 visitors, for a total of 286 registered. She moved 
these constitute the Association in session. 

11. Treasurer's Report - Jo Neal Robinson 

12. Jim Camp presented the Book of Reports, explaining their purpose and use, noting 
new pastors. 

Ronald Ginn - pastor, Island Creek 
Scott Frady - pastor, Calypso 

13. Presentation of 1999 Proposed Budget - Jimmy Johnson 

14. Nomination Committee Report - Joel Story. He moved the adoption of the report, 
which was seconded and adopted. 

15. Committee on Committees Report - Kenneth Benton 

He moved the adoption of the report, which was seconded and adopted. 

16. Missions Development Council Report - Phillip Shuford and Danny Johnson 

17. Offeratory Hymn "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus.." 

18. Offeratory Prayer - Ottis L. King 

19. Offering - $548.39 was received for the Eastern Baptist Association Emergency Fund. 

20. Proclamation in Music - Rose Hill Baptist Church Choir - "Prayer of Thanksgiving" 
and "O Worship the King" 



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We Are Fishermen. 

We esteemed Him not! Although we have had good privilege we were born in sin. God's 
grace can change the heart. Perhaps we should ask ourselves, "Do we see anything in Him 
that would make us love Him?" Everybody has an equal opportunity. All have gone astray. 

Let's look at ourselves and consider our acts of sin. We have all sinned and come short 
of the glory of God. Let the elderly Christian tell his life story. He must wipe away a tear 
for something he has done or failed to do. Our lost friend is in no worse condition than we 
once were. They are salvageable. 

Do men insult the person they admire? The older we get the more we notice things. My 
fishing days need to be full. Being redeemed sets us free. We need not worry. The One 
who cared for me in my wild days will carry me through the today and tomorrow. 

Why did we not feed on the manna - the banquet? We esteemed Him not. Some feel 
they do not need Jesus and the Church. Our coolness towards God in our earlier lives, even 
when God created us, we didn't listen. As long as one lives, there is the possibility of change 
and salvation. What greater joy can one have? 

Sin is madness and disqualifies the mind. We've had these things for years. Man revels 
in evil. We prefer the lies of Satan to God's precious promises. Man is intent on getting 
even for the actions of others. 

We have to be born again. To know Christ is to love Him. If we only believe the gold- 
mine Jesus and God are, we could be digging in the goldmine night and day. When I was 
led into the light of Jesus Christ, that was heavenly. Let's rejoice with unrestricted joy. 
Salvation is assured if we follow the light. We must be like and give hope to the hopeless 
and love the lost. 

I'm not holier than thou. He has given me more up than downs. We need to reach out 
to the lost. We need time to rest for refreshment. Let's repent of our shortcomings and be 
in the light as He is light. 

23. Hymn of Commitment - "I Surrender All." 

Clerk's note: From 35 churches and 1 mission, there were 136 Messengers, 67 Visitors, 3 
EBA Staff, 1 BSC Representative, and 11 other visitors, making a total registration of 218 
persons. 



SECOND DAY - October 27, 1998 - Immanuel Baptist Church 

1. Registration. 

2. Dinner. 

3. Prelude Music - Jean Hatch 

4. Call to order - Moderator, Bert Alabaster. 

5. Hymn of Praise - "How Firm a Foundation." 

6. Christian Greetings and Prayer - Host pastor, Allen Overton. 

7. Youth Choir - "We Need Jesus." 

8. Registration Report - Lucille Yancey 

From 30 churches, there are 106 Messengers, 3 Alternates, and 43 Visitors registered, 
for a total of 152. 




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9. Jimmy Johnson made a motion to adopt the 1999 Budget. The motion was 
approved. 

10. Preacher, Time, and Place Committee Report - Mike Shook. 

Oct. 25 and 26, 1999, Faison Baptist Church with Calypso and Poplar Grove assist- 
ing, Garland Baptist Church with Ingold and Center assisting, Dr. Robert L. Hunter, Jr., 
preach the annual sermon, and Allen Overton serve as alternate. A motion was made to 
accept the report which was approved. 

11. Miscellaneous Business. 

Davis Benton presented the ByLaws changes for information. They will be present- 
ed for action at the January Executive Board meeting. 

12. Memorials Committee Report - Jimmy Johnson and Albert Pope 

13. Resolutions Committee Report - Jimmy Creech 
A motion to approve was made and adopted. 

14. Offeratory Hymn "I Know Whom I Have Believed." 

15. Offeratory Prayer - Brinson Vestal. 

16. Offeratory for John Flake Evangelism Trust Fund. 

17. Jim Camp, Director of Missions, gave the Challenge to Missions. 

He spoke of his family, needs of the Association, the Trust Funds, and the Eunice 
Newkirk Senior Adult Trust Fund. 

Sandy Flowers was introduced as a new staff person for Mount Olive, First. 

18. WMU - Mary Evelyn Wells. 

19. Sunday School - Gene Lakey 

20. Church Music - Rhonda Lucas 

21. Special Music - Kenansville Baptist Church Choir. 

22. Proclamation - "Understanding and Improving the Health of Your Church." - David 
Odom. 

Thoughts were shared on the types of churches and their unique characteristics. Each 
church is similar and somewhat different due to the expectations placed on the pastor. 

23. Installation of New Officers - David Odom. 

24. Jim Camp, Director of Missions tendered his resignation, effective Dec. 31, 1998, 
with the last day of work, Dec. 12, 1998. 

25. Benediction - Johnny Armstrong 

26. A motion was received and second to adjourn. The body adjourned. 

Clerk's note: From 34 churches and 1 mission, there were 121 Messengers, 51 visitors, 4 
EBA staff registered for a total registration of 276 for Tuesday. 

Allowing for deletion of duplications, final registration report: From 36 churches and 1 mis- 
sion there were 170 Messengers, 119 Visitors, 4 EBA staff, 1 BSC, registered for a total of 
294 persons registered at this Session. 




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Members Deceased During the Year 



ALUM SPRINGS 

Mr. Eugene Outlaw, Deacon 

BEAR MARSH 

Mr. Arnold Davis 
Mr. Norwood Myers 
Mrs. Edna G. Swinson 



Mr. Jack Pope 

Mr. Paul Manley Pope 

Mrs. Estelle Raynor 

Mrs. Katherine Turlington 

Mr. L.A. Weeks 

Mr. Aubrey Winston 

Mrs. Essie Ray Woody 



BEULAVILLE 

Mrs. Ira J. Hines, Deacon 

Vernett Ritter 

Mr. Orzo Thigpen, Deacon 

BROWN 

Mrs. Viola Hargrove 



CONCORD 

Mr. Carson Johnson 
Mrs. Doris Usher 

CORINTH 

Mr. Johnnie Fussell 
Mr. Irvin L. Young, Dea. 



CALVARY 

Mr. John Armstrong 
Mrs. Louise Chestnutt 
Mr. Gene Tyndall 

CALYPSO 

Mr. Dolly Davis, Deacon 



DOBSON CHAPEL 

Mr. Lester Brinson 

EVERGREEN 

Mr. Rhodes Eakins 
Mrs. Betty J. Ezzell 
Mrs. Bertha M Matthis 



CENTER 

Mr. Bryan Cannon 
Mrs. Mary Cannon 
Mrs. Florence Hudson 
Mr. Jake Ivey 
Mrs. Ruby Ivey 

CLINTON FIRST 

Mr. Robert Bass 
Mrs. Beth Davis 
Mrs. Kathryn Flake 
Mr. Charles Gaddy 
Mrs. McCree Hall 
Mrs. Ann Hilliard 
Mrs. Buena McClanahan 
Mrs. Hazel Musselwhite 
Mr. Butch O'Quinn 
Mr. Thomas Parker 
Mr. Everett Peterson 



FAISON 

Mrs. Dossie Sutton 

GARLAND 

Mr. Coleman Carter 
Mrs. Jannie Rich 

GARNER'S CHAPEL 

Mrs. Ruby Waters 

GROVE PARK 

Mrs. Elizabeth Boyette 
Mr. Leon Boyette 
Mr. Victor Draughon 
Mrs. Livvie Dudley 
Mrs. Callie McLaurin 
Mrs. Ruth Parsons 
Mr. Monroe Robinson 
Mr. Walter Robinson 
Mrs. Hazel Turner 



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HICKORY GROVE Mr. Clifford Phillips 

Mr. Clayton Strickland Mr. R.C. Warren, Jr. 




IMMANUEL 
Mr. Malcolm Bass 
Mr. Ray Bell 
Ms. Hazel Crumpler 
Ms. Doris Davis 
Miss Dellie Honeycutt 
Mr. Roy King 
Mr. W.C. Parsons 
Ms. Lois Smith 
Mr. Elliott Tew 

INGOLD 
Mr. Walter T. Watson 

JOHNSON 
Mr. Tommie Phillips, Deacon 
Mr. Herman Riggs, Deacon 
Mr. James West, Deacon 

KENANSVILLE 
Mrs. Bertha B. Bostic 
Mrs. Cleora Hudson 
Mrs. Mary Edna West 



NEW HOPE 
Mr. Ralph Leonard 
Mr. Dennis B. Smith 

PEACE 
Mr. Buford McCoy (Deacon) 
Mr. Carlyle Roberts (Deacon) 

PINEY GROVE 
Mr. Jamie H. Darden 
Mrs. Josephine H. Darden 
Mr. Lowell Hollingsworth 
Mrs. Ruth Thornton 
Mr. Bromley Thornton, Deacon 

POPLAR GROVE 
Mrs. Gertie Massey 

POSTON 
Ms. Evelyn Canady 
Ms. Edna K. Harrell 
Mr. Jamie Murray 
Mr. Wilbur Raynor 



MAGNOLIA 
Mr. Earl Baker, Deacon 
Mr. Earl Quinn 

MOUNT GILEAD 
Mammie Matthis 
Thurman Matthis 
Faison Peterson 
Evans Puryear 

MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 
Mr. .W.H. Franklin 
Mr. James Ginn 
Mr. Everette Hall 
Mrs. Louise Honeycutt 
Mrs. Eloise Kelly 
Mrs. Opal Knowles 
Mrs. Eugene O'Donnell 
Mr. Frances Odom 



ROSE HILL 
Mr. Joseph M. Eason 
Mrs. Virginia Fussell 
Mrs. Sally Gaven 
Mrs. Faye Lockerman 
Mr. George S. Murray 
Mr. Edwin F. Sheffield 
Mrs. Leanna Sheffield 
Mr. Byron Teachey 
Mrs. Susie K. Teachey 

ROWAN 
Mr. Harvey Bass, Deacon 
Mr. Grady Jones 
Mrs. Evelyn Rackley 
Mrs. Mattie L. Robinson 
Mr. Ralph Robinson, Deacon 



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SHARON 
Mrs. Maydell Bowen 
Mrs. Alda Norris 
Mr. Milton Parker 
Mr. L.H. Thomas 
Mr. Milton Williams 
Mrs. Martha Wood 

SHILOH 

Mr. Dorothy Gurganus 
Mr. Earl Jenkins 
Mr. Robert Mobley 
Mr. Odell Raynor 

TEACHEY 
Mr. B. Frank Cottle, Deacon 

TURKEY 
Mr. Lester D. Massey 



WARSAW 
Mrs. Ada Best 
Miss Mary A. Blackmore 
Mr. Bill Boyette, Deacon 
Mr. Nathan Costin 
Mrs. Vera Ezzell 
Mrs. Dorothy Fussell 
Mrs. Margaret Garity 
Mrs. Florence Houston 
Mrs. Faye Johnson 
Mr. Joseph D. Sutton, Deacon 
Mrs. Carrie Tucker 

WELLS CHAPEL 
Mrs. Corinna Mott 

WHITE OAK 
Mrs. Myrtle Strickland 
Mrs. Mae O. Tew 



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Associational Bible Teaching-Reaching 
Annual Report 
1997-98 

During the 1997-98 Associational year, the Associational Consultant Team of the 
Eastern Baptist Association assisted churches in improving their Bible teaching-reaching 
ministry by: 

1. Sponsoring an age-graded Associational Winter Bible Study in January. Dr. Glenn 
Jonas of Campbell University was the adult teacher. A total of 86 persons from 15 church- 
es attended. 

2. Sponsoring an Associational 7 Laws of the Learner Seminar in February. 55 per- 
sons from 8 churches attended. 

3. Conducting a Vacation Bible School Early Bird Clinic for VBS Directors and Pastors 
in March 21 VBS Directors and Pastors from 13 churches attended. 

4. Conducting an Associational Vacation Bible School Clinic in April. 110 persons 
from 21 churches attended. 

5. Hosting an Associational S.S. Growth Campaign in May. Four (4) churches partic- 
ipated. 

6. Providing a special training conference for one (1) church and personal consultation 
to two (2) churches. 

7. Sending members of the ACTeam to various training conferences throughout the 
year in order to increase their knowledge and skills in the Bible teaching-reaching ministry 
of the church. 

A special word of thanks to each member of the ACTeam. These folks serve out of a 
dedication to Christ and His church and the desire to help the churches in our association 
do their best at reaching people for life-changing Bible Study. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gene Lakey 
ACTeam Director 



Woman's Missionary Union Annual Report 1997-98 

Emphasis: COME GO WITH ME Watchword: "Which of these 

three Do you think proved to be a neighbor to the man who fell into the robbers hands? 
And he said, "The one who showed mercy toward him." And Jesus said to him, "Go and 
do the same" (Luke 10:35-37 NASB). 

Objective: WMU will lead individuals in the church to respond to needs around them 
as they follow Christ's example of ministry and witness. 

The WMU, EBA Objectives, adopted in 1996 and 1997 are (1) To increase the num- 
ber of age-level groups and organizations in the churches and missions of EBA, (2) To 
improve missions awareness and involvement of the entire Association, and (3) to nurture a 
missions environment through prayer emphasis. 1997-98 goals for accomplishing these 
objectives were established by the General Officers and Age-Level Consultants at the Annual 
Planning Conference held in August, 1997. Quarterly Leadership Team meetings were held 



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to make specific plans for implementing these goals, as well as, for evaluation and conduct- 
ing business. 

Believing that planning and training are vital to WMU work, the following activities 
were conducted and participated in early in the year by the Associational and Church 
Leadership Teams: 

- The State Associational Leadership Team Training at Caraway in July, 1997- 13 of 
the Associational Team members attended. 

- A conference for WMU Directors at the EBA Key leadership Conference, August 21, 
1997 - 11 Church Directors attended this conference led by the associational WMU 
Director. 

- WMU Church Leadership Team Training Conference, September 18, 1997 at Warsaw 
Baptist Church - Associational Team members conducted eight concurrent confer 
ences, attended by 68 WMU leaders from 19 churches. 

Special Associational events held for age-level and prayer emphases were: 

- Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer Observance, November 3, held at Turkey 
Baptist Church - 44 attended from ten churches, and contributed an Offering of $110 
for the Women's Dept. of the Baptist World Alliance. 

- Girls in Action Rally, December 6, at Alum Springs Church - 54 attended from 5 
churches and contributed $75 to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. 

-- Women on Mission, EBA Prayer Retreat at Caswell March 20-21, led Phyllis Elliott - 
64 attended from 14 churches. 

- WMU, EBA Eighty-ninth Annual Session, April 23, held at Faison Baptist Church 
with missionary speaker Rev. and Mrs. Hal Bilbo, missionaries from Brazil. The offer- 
ing of $1200.90 was designated for the 1998 NC WMU Project Campaign. This 
amount includes a matching gift of $600 from an Anonymous WMU member. 174 
attended from 28 churches. 

-- A WMU "Update Meeting," April 24, held at the EBA Conference Center, with Cara 
Lynn Croom, NC Missions Support Consultant - 15 pastors and WMU Directors 
attended from 11 churches. 

Special emphases and missions involvement activities participated in during the 

year were: 

- Seasonal Farmworkers' Picnics, jointly sponsored by WMU and EBA Missions 
Development Council, held in Clinton and Mount Olive during July, 1997. 

- Observance of the Week of Prayer for State Missions and the NC Missions Offering, 
jointly promoted by WMU and Brotherhood in September, 1997- EBA goal was $2500 
and $2860.76 was received. 

- World Hunger Emphasis and Missions Friends Prayer Day observed in the churches 
October 12 and 15 respectively. 

- Observance of Season of International Missions Emphasis - Mission Study, Week of 
Prayer, and Lottie Moon Christmas Offering in November and December, 1997. 

- Participation in the NC Women's Prison Christmas ministry - contributed $340. 

- Focus on WMU observed in the churches February 8-14. 

- Season of Home missions emphasis - study, prayer, and Annie Armstrong Easter 
Offering. 

- Representation from several EBA churches at the Annual State WMU Missions 
Extravaganza at Ridgecrest, March 27-29 - two from EBA were elected to serve On the NC 
WMU Executive Board: Lucille Yancey from Rowan Church and Donna Landes from First 



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Baptist, Clinton. 

-- Assistance with promotion of Association Missions Week - also provided and served 

refreshments for the Open House. 
- Assistance with the Associational Clothes Closet Project - WMU members form 24 
churches participated in the weekly maintenance of the clothes closet throughout the year. 

The Project Help social issue focus for 1997-98 was Cultural Diversity. Churches 
were encouraged to implement suggestions as appropriate for their church and community. 
It is hoped that this emphasis will help us to see more clearly the people of the world, includ- 
ing our local neighbors, through God's eyes; also, to appreciate our cultural diversity more, 
and to begin new language/cultural ministries. Let us continue to work toward spiritual 
unity and reconciliation in the midst of diversity. 

In 1997, NC WMU launched a special Project Campaign for funding of the ongoing 
fruitful ministries of NC WMU and for critical unmet ministries in North Carolina. Priority 
needs selected for this campaign are: (1) Camp Mundo Vista, (2) Christian Women's 
Job Corps, (3) Endowment, and (4) Ongoing Support. EBA churches, along with the 
churches of 13 other Associations, were targeted for Phase I of this campaign, which will 
subsequently cover the entire state. The State Goal is $1,098,077. Based on the WMU 
membership, the EBA Goal is $19,355. To date, we have received $9,121.54. Let us 
continue to give this critical need for NC WMU ministries. 

In conclusion, special commendation and appreciation is extended to the 1997-98 
WMU, EBA Leadership Team for the Christian dedication, and for their commitment and 
tireless efforts to carry out their respective responsibilities; also, to the Church WMU lead- 
ership Teams and church members for answering God's call to "Come Go With Me." It is 
our hope that, under God's guidance, together we have reflected in the total WMU program 
this year the following historical Tasks of WMU: (1) Pray for and give to Missions, (2) Do 
Missions, (3) Learn about Missions, (4) Develop Spiritually toward a missions lifestyle, and 
(5) Participate in the work of the church and denomination. May we continue to "strive 
together as partners to motivate, equip, and mobilize" Eastern Association to be on mission 
with God. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Evelyn Wells, WMU Director 

WMU Eighty-Ninth Annual Session Minutes 

Thursday, April 23, 1998 

The Eighty-ninth Annual Session of WMU, Eastern Baptist Association met at Faison 
Baptist Church with Director Mary Evelyn Wells presiding. The 172 attendees represent- 
ing 27 EBA churches, included six pastors, Director of Missions Jim Camp, Missions 
Ministries Director Phillip Shuford, EBA Secretary Jo Robinson, Edna Walters and Cara 
Lynn Croom from the NC WMU Office, Dr. and Mrs. Hal Bilbo, International Missionaries 
to Brazil, and other visitors. 

Jo Robinson accompanied at the piano as Rhonda Lucas led the singing of "Come, All 
Christians, Be Committed." Pastor Paul Rose led the invocation. Mrs. Helen Britt, Faison 
WMU Director, cordially welcomed the assembly. 



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Joyce Camp presented an inspirational interpretation of the WMU theme "Come Go 
with Me." 

Mrs. Wells recognized the following: former associational WMU directors, office staff 
and pastors Reverends Larry Blount, Magnolia; James Tyndall, Bear Marsh; Farrell Miller, 
Johnson; Joel Story, Piney Grove; Jimmy Johnson, Concord; Ottis King, Wells Chapel; and 
Paul Rose, Faison. Mr. Rose was given special recognition as a pastor who goes beyond the 
role of expectation with WMU and is considered an honorary member by Faison WMU. 

NC WMU Development Director Edna Walters challenged us to "Come Go with Me - to 
meet Special Needs of NC WMU." Calling attention to WMU as the strongest women's 
organization in the state, and indeed in the country, she enumerated reasons for the current 
campaign to raise funds. 

EBA Missions Ministries Director Phillip Shuford led the offertory prayer. An offering of 
$1200.90 was received and would be applied toward the $19,355 Eastern Association is 
requested to raise during the 1998 WMU Special Needs Campaign. 

Karen Bilbo sang "Ho/y Ground" in Portuguese, the native tongue of Brazil. 

DOM Jim Camps presentation "Come Go with Me to Trinidad" emphasized the two 
1997 missions trips by Eastern Association members. Volunteers Rhonda Lucas, Ruth 
King, Florence Hoover and Joyce Camp participated in the interesting and informative 
report. 

Mrs. Inez Peterson prayed the prayer of thanksgiving and grace. The meeting adjourned 
for a delightful dinner prepared and served by the ladies (and a few men) of Faison Church. 

Mrs. Wells re-called the meeting to order at 7:00. Following the singing of "Let Your 
Heart Be Broken," Helen Register led prayer time, especially in observance of the prayer 
calendar of the eighteen missionaries whose names were called. 

Carolyn Drew presented the "WMU Woman of the Year Award" to Mary Hester 
Powell of the Warsaw church. Miss Powell is a former medical missionary to Nigeria and 
has served in many volunteer missions positions since returning to Warsaw. Both her par- 
ents were missionaries. 

Business 

>* Minutes of the Eighty-eighth annual Session were approved, as printed in the book 
of reports. 

> Betty Carr invited the Ninetieth Session to Grove Park April 22, 1999. 
>* The 1998-99 Leadership Team Members were elected: 



WMU Director Donna Landes 

Secretary Lucille Yancey 

Missions Growth Consultant Joyce Camp 

Assistant Missions Growth Consultant Elizabeth Gordon 

Missions Involvement Coordinator Helen Register 

Assistant Missions Growth Consultant Susan Joyner 

Women on Mission Co-Consultants Brenda Matthis 

Ladeane Little 

Acteen Consultant Alison Hall 

Assistant Acteen Consultant Ann Byrd 

Girls In Action Consultant Karen Warren 

Assistant Girls In Action Consultant Carolyn Drew 

Mission Friends Consultant Donna Owens 

Assistant Mission Friends Consultant Kaydene Dean 



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Ethnic/Language-Culture Consultant 

Assistant Ethnic/Language-Culture Consultant 
Area Consultants: 



...Florence Hoover 
Mary Evelyn Wells 



Clinton 

Garland/Star 

Faison/Warsaw ... 

Mount Olive 

Wallace/Rose Hill 



Inez Peterson 

Betty Sanderson 

Mary Hester Powell 



Marjorie Garris 
.Arlene Rhodes 



NC WMU Missions Support Consultant conducted an impressive "Come Go with 
Christ" installation challenge. 

Phillip Shuford offered an outstanding a capella rendition of "Del Amor Divino" ( O 
Divine Love) 

Mrs. Mary Boney introduced guest speakers Hal and Karen Bilbo, who with their daugh- 
ters Ginya and Sarah live, and serve as missionaries, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Dr. Bilbo trains 
pastors and missionaries. Mrs. Bilbo teaches at the Baptist Children's Home. She closed 
her presentation by singing "Carry the Light." Ginya will enter college in Georgia in the 
fall of 1998. Sarah is age 12. 

Mr. Camp made several closing comments and pronounced the benediction. 



The EBA Ordination Committee met at the EBA Center August 9 at 3:00 pm. For the 
purpose fo examining Mr. John A. Johnson at the request of the Warsaw Church the 
Committee recommended to the church that he be ordained. 



There was not a Brotherhood Director this year, therefore our Baptist men's work has 
been limited to what has taken place in the churches. 

The Royal Ambassadors had some functions under the leadership of John Brown. They 
had the Racing Car Derby which was held at Immanuel Baptist Church with a number of 
our churches taking part. Again this year the Dads raced. A Brotherhood Director will 
improve our work in the year to come 



Mary Evelyn Wells, Director 
Lucille Yancey, Secretary 



Ordination Committee 



Respectfully submitted, 
Aubrey Quakenbush, Chairman 



Brotherhood 



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Elwyn G. Murray, Jr. Memorial 
Scholarship Committee 

The Elwyn G. Murray, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Trust assists with a great financial need 
among our Baptist College students. Each year the number increases. Each year we make 
an effort to increase the amount in this trust with our Baptist Foundation. An individual 
may contribute any time by simply mailing a check to the Baptist Foundation in Cary. No 
contribution is too small, and all contributions are tax-deductible. 



The following received the scholarship for the second year in 1998. 
Jennifer Rouse Meredith College 

Julie Batts Campbell University 

Christa Lakey Campbell University 

Belinda Tart Mt. Olive College 

The following received the scholarship for this past year. 
David Thigpen UNC Greensboro 

Jason Stevens NC State University 

Jennifer Edmundson James Sprunt Community College 

Lee Matthis Campbell University 

Any NC college or university student who is a member of a EBA church may apply. For 
application of information, students may contact the EBA Center. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Greg Salmon 



Vacation Bible School Report 

The Associational VBS Clinic was held April, 1998 at Warsaw Baptist Church with 110 
people present, representing 21 churches. A VBS Early Bird Clinic was held in March and 
was attended by 21 VBS Directors and Pastors from 13 churches. 





Total 


Avg. 


Decisions 


Standard 


Church 


Enrollment 


Attendance 


Made 


Level 


Albertson 


26 


26 






Alum Springs 


48 


1 All day School 




Standard 


Bear Marsh 


60 


6£T 


1 




Beulah 


No Report 








Beulaville 


164 


152 


5 




Brown 


49 


40 




Standard 


Calypso 


44 


38 






Center 


No Report 








Clinton, FBC 


176 






Standard 


Concord 


91 


77 




Standard 


Corinth 


43 


40 


1 


Standard 


Dobson Chapel 


No Report 








Evergreen* 


85 


51 




Standard 


Faison 


63 


54 






Garland 


89 


69 






Garners Chapel 


56 


39 










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Grove Park 


1 1 r~ 

115 


95 




Standard 


Hickory Grove 


M 1~> _ i 

No Report 








Immanuel 


83 


80 




Standard 


Ingold 


32 


1 All T~A O 1 1 

1 All Day School 






Island Creek 


52 


33 


1 


Standard 


T 1 

Johnson 


TV T I - ) i 

No Report 








Kenansville 


55 


A f 

46 




Cj J _ .J 

Standard 


Magnolia 


51 


46 




Standard 


Maranatha Hispanic 


67 


58 




Standard 


Mount Gilead 


90 


50 




Standard 


TV X i /"vl • T~T~> 

Mount Olive, rBC 


lUo 


8/ 






Mount Vernon 


106 


87 






New Hope 


No Report 








Peace 


II 


58 


Z 




Piney Grove 


104 


75 




Standard 


Poplar Grove 


No Report 








Poston 


89 


80 




Standard 


Rose Hill 


75 


70 




Standard 


Rowan 


116 


f~\ r" 

95 


o 

z 


Cj- i _ l 

Standard 


Sharon 




lo 


Q 
d 




Snilon 


1 1 o 


oo 

9o 


Q 
O 




Siloam 


No Report 








Teachey 


71 


r- 1 

51 






Turkey 


56 


/I o 

48 




Cj. J J 

Standard 


Union Grove 


A O 


a n 
49 






Weil oclW 


1 7 


1 9 




^t?inripirri 
OLai luai u 


Well's Chapel 


46 








White Oak 


47 


31 




Standard 


* Backyard Bible School (5 days) - 


Enrollment 27 - Average Attendance 16 - 


3 decisions to 



accept Christ. 

Medical/Dental Van Ministries Committee 

Ministry Members: Dr. Corazon Ngo (98), Betty Rose, RN (98) 
Rhonda Lucas, RN (99 Chairman) 
Ila Davis, RN (99), Dr. Tom Shaver (00) 
Phillip Shuford, Mission Ministries Director of EBA 

This past year has been a very exciting year for the Medical/Dental Ministry Committee. 
We have had several meetings since January 1997 with anywhere from two to four mem- 
bers present. Each member brings to his ministry his/her own unique gifts, but each brings 
a heart for health ministry mission work. 

This year we have had and we are planning another Health Fair event. The first Health 
Fair was held at Getsemani Hispanic Mission in Warsaw with approximately 25 people in 
attendance - between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Four persons from the EBA and three 
people from local community agencies participated in the education and screening of par- 
ticipants. Summer Missionaries also participated in the fair by assistance with interpreting 
and giving out spiritual tracts. Our Committee believes that our association has a wonder- 
ful opportunity to reach out to the needs of our communities. We also believe that once 



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physical needs are met, then spiritual needs may be addressed. Through education and 
screening of those seeking assistance, diseases may be detected early and prevention of dis- 
ease is possible. Some of the services offered at the Health Fair included vision screenings, 
BP screenings, blood sugar screenings, height/weight, education on HIV/Aids, Education of 
heart disease, diabetes and healthy diet practices. One gentleman was found to have high 
blood pressure and was to follow up with his MD. 

The next health fair is scheduled in November and is to be held in Garland with exact 
location TBA soon. Next year's goals include partnering with local agencies and other 
mision efforts in the EBA to hold larger and more informative events to focus on senior cit- 
izens. We also hope to start a speakers bureau as a resource for the EBA churches when 
searching for speakers for senior citizens or family night groups, etc. Praise God for his 
bountiful blessings and for all the wonderful mission opportunities available in the area of 
Medical/Dental Health Ministries. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rhonda Lucas, RN., Chairman 

Senior Adult Ministry Committee 

This has been another good year for the Senior Adult Ministry. The committee has met 
at regular intervals to plan and promote the mission. 

About fifteen attended the conference at Caraway in October of '97, enjoying interest- 
ing speakers and inspiring messages. 

In December 1997 a group from the association went to New Bern to see Tryon Palace 
decorated for Christmas. 

The Spring Rally was held in March 1998 with Piney Grove hosting the group. There 
was a good turnout in spite of the rain. The speaker was Jim Royston, the Executive 
Director-Treasurer of the Baptist State Convention. Phil Rivenbark from First Baptist 
Church of Wallace honored us with his beautiful voice. He also led his newly organized 
senior choir in hymns. 

The annual picnic was held in September at Duplin Country Club with Donna Landes 
sharing the ways the Department of Aging and In-Home Services can help each of us as 
were become more dependent on others. Joie Mercer of Sharon shared several beautiful 
songs. 

This ministry needs the support of all churches in the association to reach more of the 
senior adults. 

The committee for 1997-98 was BlancheXasey, chairman, Thurston Little, Rev. Dan 
Sellers, and Bersha Lewis. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Blanche Casey, Chairman 

Multihousing Ministry 

We are now two years old and still experiencing growing pains, somewhat necessary 
and not too evil! We met on November 13, 1997 and January 22, 1998. We held open 
other meetings to be called as needed. At our January 22, 1998 meeting, we updated our 
EBA by-laws and discussed our goals for 1998. We hope to work more closely with the EBA 



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Language Committee and ACTeam to be more effective as a committee. We would like to 
express many words of THANKS to Rev. Philip Shuford, the EBA staff, our committee 
members, and all others who helped us achieve positive results in working for the cause of 
Jesus Christ. Call on us if we may be of any assistance in any way. 

Respectively submitted, 
Rev. Jimmy Johnson, Chairman 



Executive Board Report 

The Executive Board met at its usual time, receiving reports from committees and 
Department leadership. 

In January the Board met at Garland with 15 churches represented. Lacking a quorum, 
the representatives approved a motion to proceed with the business at hand. Three rec- 
ommendations form the Council were approved: 

1. To employ a part time secretary for Mondays, Fridays, and another day. 

2. Change the title of our Office Secretary to Administrative Assistant. 

3. Adopted a job description for the new part-time secretary. 

The program Committee noted changes in the recent Annual Session and the benefits. 
In April the Board met at Siloam with 24 churches represented. 

A recommendation from the Stewardship Committee was approved setting the annual 
salary of the part-time secretary at $7,500.00 plus social security. 

A reccommendation from the Properties Committee was approved for half of the 
$4,222.00 repairs to the building. The Association will pay half with the Medical group 
paying half. 

In July the Board met at Piney Grove with 24 churches represented. 
A recommendation was approved to employ Beverley Edwards as part-time secretary. 
A recommendation was approved for a Missionaries-in-residence Committee to make 
plans for housing and transportation for the Plummers. 
The Moderator appointed the usual Committees. 
Recipients of the Elwyn Murray Scholarships were announced. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ottis L. King, Clerk 

Church Music Ministries Report 

During the past year, the Church Music Ministries has supported the Eastern Baptist 
Association in the following areas: 

1) Attendance at the Associational Council Meetings. 

2) Leading congregational music for the Executive Board Meetings. 

3) Providing music for the Evangelism Rally on Oct. 16, 1998. This effort involved 
selection of music, publicity, and four choral rehearsals. The choir included 53 singers and 
represented several churches within our association, as well as other churches in the sur- 
rounding community. Special thanks to Stan Benton for accompanying the choir during this 
service. 



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4) Children's Choir Camp on Oct. 17 and Oct. 24 at Rose Hill Baptist Church. This 
was held to prepare the children to sing for the annual meeting on Oct. 26. Music from the 
1998 Vacation Bible School material was used. 

Also, several choir members from the association have participated in an area choir an 
presented "A Season, A Savior, A Star" for Christmas, 1997, "Jesus, We Crown You with 
Praise" for Easter, and 1998, and "God For Us" in September, 1998. 

It has been a joy to be the associational music director for the past several years. I thank 
Rhonda Lucas for her assistance and support. May we continue to praise the Lord through 
music, for this life our "rehearsal" for the continuous praise we will give our Lord and Savior 
in heaven. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jean Hatch 

Language Missions Ministry Highlights 1998 

The Language Missions Ministry of Eastern Baptist Association exists to take the gospel 
of Jesus Christ to people living in our communities who either may not understand English 
or who need to hear the gospel in their own language. To accomplish this goal, the Ministry 
has two primary thrusts: Hispanic Missions and Seasonal Farmworker Ministry. 

HISPANIC MISSIONS: EBA churches partner with four local churches (First Clinton, 
First Mount Olive, Warsaw, and Rose Hill) the Baptist State Convention, and the North 
American Mission Board, to provide for the salaries of four mission pastors. These Hispanic 
missions and their pastors are: in Clinton — Maranatha Hispanic Baptist Mission, Rev. Pedro 
Bueno, Pastor; in Mount Olive - Monte Olivo Hispanic Baptist Mission, Rev. Vicente Rangel, 
Pastor; in Rose Hill/Wallace - Emanuel Hispanic Baptist Mission, Rev. Lawrence Ota'rola, 
Pastor; in Warsaw - Getsemani Hispanic Baptist Mission, currently without a pastor. 

SEASONAL FARMWORKER MINISTRY: Two Seasonal Farmworker Picnics were 
held in July 1998, in Warsaw and at a "migrant" camp north of Clinton. These picnics are 
a joint effort between the EBA Women on Mission, the EBA Language Missions Committee, 
and the Hispanic Missions that are co-sponsored by EBA. We rejoice in that we were 
blessed with five professions of faith at our Seasonal Farmworker Picnics this year. 

SUMMER MISSIONARIES: Faustino and Alma Banuelos, students at the Hispanic 
Baptist Theological Seminary in San Antonio, served in our association for ten weeks dur- 
ing the summer of 1998. Among the Banuelos 1 various activities were: helping at the 
Getsemani Mission in Warsaw, preaching, and leading Bible studies and lay preacher train- 
ing sessions; helping Garland Church conduct a survey of the Hispanic community in 
Garland; assisting summer mission groups with Backyard Bible Clubs; and speaking at sev- 
eral EBA churches. 

SUMMER MISSION GROUPS: Two mission groups served in our area during the 
summer 1998. Eighteen "Women on Mission" from Southside Baptist Church of 
Dothan, Alabama came for one week and conducted a Vacation Bible School at Six Runs 
Trailer Park north Clinton. The Alabama group also visited with and sang to residents at 
the Mary-Gran Nursing Home in Clinton, and at Sampson Regional Hospital's Skilled 
Nursing Unit. Rowan Baptist Church lent their fellowship hall and kitchen for this group's 
use. 

Later this summer, 11 volunteer missionaries from Coral Hill Baptist Church of 

Glasgow, Kentucky conducted two mission Vacation Bible Schools for over 80 children at 



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two sites near Magnolia and Rose Hill. This group also led a series of Revival Services at 
the Bryan Nursing Facility in Wallace. Warsaw Baptist Church lent this group their Youth 
Building for their stay. 

We rejoice that four children prayed to accept Christ during this summers Backyard 
Bible Clubs. 

SPANISH BIBLE Ministry and HEALTH KIT Ministry: Throughout the year, 
thanks to the donations and participation of our EBA churches, Eastern Association dis- 
tributes Bibles and tracts in Spanish, as well as "health kits" for seasonal farmworkers. At 
the Seasonal Farmworker Picnic near Clinton, one woman asked for a Bible in Spanish, 
explaining that she had never had a Bible in her life. Thanks to donations to EBAs Spanish 
Bible ministry, that woman received her first Bible. Over the course of a year, hundreds of 
tracts, Bibles, and New Testaments are distributed to people like this woman in th migrant 
camp, thanks to donations from EBA churches. 



Christian Social Ministries 

EBA Christian Social Ministries exist to give our churches the ability to join forces in 
Jesus' name in order to meet local needs. At present, EBAs Christian Social Ministry pro- 
gram includes three ministries: Clothes Closet, Food Pantry, and Emergency Fund. 

The EBA Clothes Closet, located at the EBA office, provides clothing for men, 
women, and children with low-incomes or who have experienced an emergency. We are 
thankful for the many people from our EBA churches who have donated clothing to this 
ministry over the past year, some of whom have made this ministry a special local missions 
project. Special thanks go to the WMU groups who have adopted the Clothes Closet min- 
istry over the past year, by volunteering to come sort and hang clothes. God bless these 
ladies! 

The EBA Food Pantry is also located at the EBA office, and, like the Clothes Closet, 
provides food for people with low incomes or who have experienced an emergency. 
Assistance is provided a maximum of three times per individual. Many EBA churches con- 
tributed canned goods to this ministry over the past year as well, and have made the EBA 
Food Pantry a special local ministry project. Several churches and church groups donated 
funds to buy food for this ministry as well. 

Just two examples of EBA church involvement in this ministry: The GAs and Acteens 
from Piney Grove Church helped in the Food Pantry by placing evangelistic labels on canned 
goods and stocking shelves. Also, First Baptist of Clinton held a "Souper Sunday" and col- 
lected canned soups for the Food Pantry. Thanks to these and all of our EBA churches for 
their support of this important ministry. 

The EBA Emergency Fund uses funds donated by EBA churches to provide one-time 
emergency assistance for people in desperate circumstances. Examples of the needs met 
using EBA Emergency Funds are the purchase of prescription medications, and partial pay- 
ment of utility bills. Since we never know when these needs are going to present themselves 
and since this ministry is made possible soley by special donations to the EBA Emergency 
Fund, we are grateful to the churches and individuals who have and are making this ministry 
a reality. 

Phillip Shuford 
Mission Ministries Director, EBA 



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EBA Food Pantry activity: 
October 97 - September 98 

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Oct- Nov- Dec- Jan- Feb- Mar- Apr- May- Jun- Jul- Aug- Sep- 
97 97 97 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 

"I was hungry and you fed me.. .whenever you did this for one of the least of these brothers of 
mine, you did it for me." Matthew 25:35, 40 (GNB) 



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Mentally Handicapped Committee 

Last Fall we had great plans to have a one-day Bible School and a Pig-pickin'. After hit- 
ting several brick walls, we decided it wasn't God's will at this time. 

On December 1, Christmas celebration began at Rowan Church for over 40 mentally 
handicapped individuals. After pizza, salad, and ice cream, the group enjoyed the Christmas 
story and singing Christmas carols. 

Easter found our group back at Evergreen Church for our annual Easter brunch on 
Saturday morning. As usual, the food and fellowship were wonderful. 

Spring Fling, which is a day of Arts and Crafts, fun and fellowship, was held at 
Campbell University in April. Many from our area attended. 

Happiness Retreat at Caraway was the highlight of the summer for 18 campers. It was 
a delight for the five chaperones to see the joy the campers had learning more about Jesus. 

There are three Sunday School Classes for mentally handicapped ... at Clinton First 
Baptist three professions of faith were made. 

Group homes, Skilled Creations, Heritage Care and individual-at-home are included in 
our group for functions held on EBA level. If you know someone that needs to be included 
in our activities, please contact the EBA office or a committee member. 

Pat Brown, Chairman 
Margaret Musselwhite 
Michelle Reynolds 
Carol Todd 

Poston Deaf Mission 

Worship and Sunday School every Sunday. 

Eight members attended T.I.C. at Caraway in May. 

Ten members attended Deaf Awareness Weekend at Carowinds in April. 

A deaf revival was held November 18 through 22 with Evangelist (deaf) Ronnie Rice 
preaching. There were three professions of faith. 

An area deaf banquet was held Saturday Nov. 2. There were 75 in attendance. The area 
deaf banquet is being planned for Nov. 22. 

Everyone is invited to the revival. Rev. Rice is a dynamic speaker, and his wife interprets 
for the hearing audience. 

Resort and Leisure Ministry 

As we head into the year of 1999, the Resort and Leisure Committee is trying to help 
equip those in the association who are actively ministering already. Located in the 
Associatonal Office is a tent which can be used by members of the association in conjunc- 
tion with festivals, carnivals or other events in which ministry in this setting can take place. 
It is our prayer that this will be of help and assistance as you minister in the name of Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mark Thomas, Chairman 



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Volunteer Chaplaincy Ministry 



Opportunities for volunteer chaplaincy are everywhere in our communities and EBA 
mission field. Every church is near a retirement or nursing home or has someone in one of 
these homes. Every church is near to or has opportunities to minister in police, sheriff, or 
prison departments. Volunteer chaplaincy in hospitals is also a need in each of our local 
hospitals. There is even a need for chaplains in local scouting units. Your church can be 
involved in any one or several of these as the Lord leads and calls. God bless the chaplaincy 
work that is being accomplished and new areas yet to be developed. 

Respectfully submitted, 
James H. Creech, Chairman 

Missions Development Council 

The twelve Mission Ministry Committees of EBA are actively involved in addressing the 
ministry needs of our area. Some committees are addressing needs in much the same way 
as several years ago. Programs in other committees have changed drastically for the sim- 
ple fact of the change in needs, they continue to respond to the existing and everchanging 
need - they continue to rely on the help of each church. Keep an eye on the Eastern 
Light and other associational mail-outs for ways you can help share Christ's love. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Danny Johnson 




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141.00 


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Sharon 


2,519.00 


2,858.75 


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41. 


Shiloh 


1,941.00 


2,475.15 


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Siloam 


1,600.00 


1,800.00 


2,000.00 


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Teachey 


2,000.00 


2,166.66 


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Union Grove 
Warsaw 

Mision Bautista Getsemani 
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White Oak 



600.00 
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576.00 
2,201.00 
1,500.00 



576.00 
6,166.72 

960.88 
2,718.05 
1,500.00 



756.00 
4,703.65 
1,001.96 
2,853.55 
1,500.00 



TOTALS 



$106,724.00 



$127,189.80 



*$ 103,500.36 



* 



Nine months ending September 30, 



1998 



DENNING, ROUSE & PETERSON 



A PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION 
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 
1905 SUNSET AVENUE - CLINTON NC 28328 



Stockholders and Officers 
Eastern Baptist Association 

We have compiled the accompanying statements of assets, liabilities, and net assets - 
cash basis of EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION (a nonprofit organization) as of 
September 30, 1998 and 1997 and the related statements of support and expenses by 
funds and expenses by function for the three months and nine months ended September 
30, 1998 and 1997 and the related statements of support and expenses by funds and 
expenses by function for the three months and nine months ended September 30, 1998 
and 1997, and the accompanying supplementary information in schedules I through XII, 
which is presented only for supplementary analysis purposes, in accordance with 
Statements issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. 

A compilation is limited to presenting in the form of financial statements and supple- 
mentary schedules information that is the representation of management. We have not 
audited or reviewed the accompanying financial statements and supplementary schedules 
and, accordingly, do not express an opinion or any other form of assurance on them. 

Management has elected to omit substantially all of the disclosures and the statements 
of cash flows and retained earnings required by generally accepted accounting principles. If 
the omitted disclosures were included in the financial statements, they might influence the 
user's conclusions about the company's financial position, results of operations, and cash 
flows. Accordingly, these financial statements are not designed for those who are not 
informed about such matters. 

We are not independent with respect to the above captioned organization. 



Denning, Rouse & Peterson, P. A., C.P.A.'s 
October 21, 1998 



MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 
AND NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 



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Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Assets 

Cash Basis 
As of September 30, 1998 



Assets 

Current Assets: 

Cash $ 9,567.31 

Saving 1,011.19 

Investments 74.526.28 

Total Current Assets $ 85.104.78 

Liabilities and Net Assets 

Current Liabilities: 

Payroll Taxes Payable $ 621.46 

Total Current Assets $ 621.46 

Net Assets: 

Unrestricted $ 63,302.63 

Current Year Unrestricted 2,480.82 

Temporarily Restricted 17,490.46 

Current Year Temporarily Restricted 1.209.41 

Total Net Assets $ 84.483.32 

Total Liabilities and Net Assets 85.104.78 




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Investments 74,526.28 

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Total Current Assets $ 621.46 

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EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
1999 BUDGET 
ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 
For the Year Ended December 31, 1999 





1998 


1999 




BUDGET 


BUDGET 


REVENUE: 






DOM Salary 


20,750 


24,510 


MMD Salary 


18,380 


21^230 


Secretary Salary 


14,000 


8,200 


Admin. Asst. Salary 




15,300 


DOM Housing 


14,000 


14,000 


MMD Housing 


9,500 


9,500 


DOM Annuity 


6,000 


6,000 


MMD Annuity 


3,000 


3,000 


SS DOM 


2,650 


2,930 


SS MMD 


2,120 


2,340 


SS Secretary 


1,075 


630 


SS Admin. Asst. 




1,170 


DOM Insurance 


4,000 


600 


MMD Insurance 


1,425 


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DOM Travel 


5,500 


5,500 


MMD Travel 


3,500 


3,500 


DOM Conference & Conventions 


1,000 


1,000 


MMD Conference & Conventions 


350 


350 


Secretary Conferences 


100 


100 


TOTAL REVENUES PERSONNEL 


$107,350 


$119,860 


ADMINISTRATION: 






Repairs 


600 


600 


Supplies 


2,500 


3,000 


Printing 


2,400 


2,500 


Postage 


2,700 


2,700 


Telephone 


2,500 


3,000 


Equipment Purchases 


2,000 


3,000 


Accounting & Legal 


1,200 


1,600 


Association Minutes 


1,600 


1,500 


Building & Ground Maintenance 


4,800 


5,000 


Sales Tax 


400 


500 


Clerk Supplies 


25 


50 


TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 


20,725 


23,450 


MISSIONS: 






Christian Social Ministries 


40 


40 


Hispanic, Clinton 


3,000 


2,400 


Hispanic, Mt. Olive 


2,400 


1,200 


Hispanic, Warsaw 


6,000 


6,000 


Hispanic, Wallace-Rose Hill 


6,000 


6,000 


Hispanic, Garland 




6.000 


Hunger Fund 


100 


100 


Emergency Fund 






Literacy Ministries 


300 


300 



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EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
1999 BUDGET 



ANTICIPATED INCOME 
For the Year Ended December 31, 1999 





1998 


1999 


BUDGET 


BUDGET 


REVENUE: 






Church Contributions 


$142,290 


$161,185 


Baptist State Convention 






Cooperative Agreements 


14,975 


17,850 


Copier Fees 


150 


150 


Interest Revenue 


1,000 


1,000 


Churches - Special Gifts 


2,000 


2,000 


Individual-Special Gifts 


1,000 


1,000 


Special Gifts - Evangelism 


5,000 


5,000 


Sales Tax Refund 




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State Missions Offering 


1,750 


1,800 


Herman Coker Trust Fund 


1 fin 


1UU 


John Flake Trust Fund 


1,000 


1,000 


Bill Lamb Trust Fund 


100 


100 


Elwyn Murray Trust Fund 


1,000 


1,000 


TOTAL REVENUES-ANTICIPATED INCOME 


$170,765 


$192,685 




1998 


1999 


Escrow and Designated Funds: 


BUDGET 


BUDGET 


Mount Olive Anglo Mission 


$ 11,075 


$ 11,075 


1995 Cooperative Agreements: 






(To be provided through the State Baptist Convention) 






Missions Ministries Staff Salary 


4,500 


8,500 


Hispanic, Mt. Olive 


1,200 




Hispanic, Clinton 


1,500 


1,200 


Hispanic, Warsaw 


3,000 


3,000 


Hispanic, Wallace - Rose Hill 


3,000 


3,000 


Summer Missionaries 


1,000 


1,000 


Summer Missions Programs 


400 


400 


Deaf Mission, Poston 


375 


750 


Total Cooperative Agreement Funds 


14,975 


17,850 



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Senior Adult Ministries 940 1,400 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries 600 600 

Missions Development Training 50 50 

Chaplaincy Ministries 125 125 

Interfaith Witness Ministries 175 175 

Church Extension Ministries 50 50 

Resort & Leisure Ministries 430 430 

Medical Dental Van 400 650 

Deaf Mission, Poston 1,000 1,000 

Multi-Housing Ministries 200 200 

TOTAL MISSIONS 21,810 26,720 

CHURCH DEVELOPMENT: 

Sunday School 2,400 2,700 

Discipleship Training 1,000 1,000 

WMU 2,900 4,100 

Brotherhood 750 750 

Music 200 300 

Evangelism 5,000 5,000 

Media Library 500 500 

Seminary Extension 50 50 

Orientation Committee 50 50 

Key Leadership Training 200 250 

TOTAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 13,100 14,700 

SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 

Salaries 2,000 2,000 

FICA 155 155 

Travel 2,000 2,000 

Meals 800 800 

Housing 500 500 

Speakers 50 50 

Film Rental 300 300 

Miscellaneous 100 100 

TOTAL SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MIN. 5,905 5,905 

OTHER MINISTRIES 

Ministers Conferences 100 100 

Ministers Wives Conferences 50 50 

Annual Meeting 400 500 

Miscellaneous 300 400 

Elwyn Murray Scholarship 1,000 1,000 

TOTAL OTHER MINISTRIES 1,850 2,050 

TOTAL BUDGET $170,740 $192,685 



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Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Association 



1999 

1st Day *Faison 
Calypso 
Poplar Grove 

2nd Day *Garland 
Ingold 
Center 



2000 

1st Day *Island Creek 

Dobson Chapel 
2nd Day * Grove Park 
Brown 

2001 

1st Day *Clinton, First 
2nd Day *Beulaville 

2002 

1st Day Mt. Olive, First 
2nd Day *Mt. Gilead 
Union Grove 

2003 

1st Day *Siloam 

Evergreen 

2nd Day Turkey 
Beulah 
New Hope 



2004 

1st Day *Piney Grove 
Mt. Vernon 

2nd Day *Sharon 
Shiloh 

2005 
1st Day * Rowan 

White Oak 
2nd Day *Poston 

Wells Chapel 

2006 
1st Day * Warsaw 

Calvary 
2nd Day *Kenansville 

Alum Springs 

Peace 

2007 

1st Day Johnson 
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2nd Day Concord 
Serenity 
Garner's Chapel 

2008 
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2nd Day *Immanuel 

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The 1998 Minute Book 
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Eastern Baptist Association 
is concluded with the following 
Statistical Tables 
for your further information 
and reference. 



Member and Congregational Information 
Baptism Information 
Bible Study Information 
Discipleship Training Information 
Music Ministry Information 
Mission Involvement Information 
General Financial Information 
Mission Financial Information 



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MEMBER AND CONGREGATIONAL INFORMATION 



EASTERN 

Items Reported: 



1 - Total Membership 


4 Other Additions 


6 - Year Organized 


8 - Location (A-J) 




2 - Resident Membership 


5 - New 


Member Training 


7 - Year Pastor Came 


9 - AM W orship Att 






CONGREGATION 


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1 


2 


4 


ALBERTSON 


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ALUM SPRINGS, M T. OL 


c 


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100 


79 





BEAR MARSH, MT. OLIV 


c 


Duplin 


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219 


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BEULAH, TURKEY 


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Beulaville 


c 


Duplin 


317 


238 


4 


BROWN, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


152 


134 


19 


CALVARY, W ARSAW 


c 


Duplin 


101 


96 


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CALYPSO 


c 


Duplin 


224 


137 





CENTER, GARLAND 


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135 





CLINTON FIRST 


c 


Sampson 


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669 





CONCORD, ROSE HILL 


c 


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101 


84 


4 


CORINTH, ROSE HILL 


c 


Duplin 


420 


351 


1 


DOBSON CHAPEL, MAGNO 


c 


Duplin 


166 


135 


1 


EVERGREEN, ROSE HILL 


c 


Sampson 


160 


75 





FAISON 


c 


Duplin 


197 


96 


10 


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c 


Sampson 


266 


174 


2 


GARNER S CHAPEL, MT. 


c 


Duplin 


74 


71 





GROVE PARK, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


658 


528 


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HICKORY GROVE, CLINT 


c 


Sampson 


191 


151 


7 


IMMANIIEL, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


448 


344 


8 


INGOLD 


c 


Sampson 


112 


89 





ISLAND CREEK, ROSE H 


c 


Duplin 


260 


221 


2 


JOHNSON, WARSAW 


c 


Duplin 


203 


104 





KENANSV1LLE 


c 


Duplin 


257 


214 


12 


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c 


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183 


120 


5 


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M 


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46 


35 





Mision Bautusta Mara 


c 


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44 


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MOUNT GILEAD, CLINTO 


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Sampson 


320 


235 


2 


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582 


419 


2 


MOUNT VERNON, CLINTO 


c 


Sampson 


268 


236 


8 


NEW HOPE, TURKEY 


c 


Sampson 


74 


55 





PEACE, CALYPSO 


c 


Duplin 


78 


68 


6 


PINEY GROVE, FAISON 


c 


Sampson 


220 


182 


6 


POPLAR GROV E, FAISON 


c- 


Sampson 


64 


44 


1 


POSTON, WALLACE 


fc 


Duplin 


400 


344 


4 


ROSE HILL 


c 


DUPLIN 


445 


308 





ROW AN, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


370 


291 


11 


SERENITY, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


89 


89 


5 


SHARON, CHINQUAPIN 


c 


Duplin 


274 


134 


3 


SHILOH, CHINQUAPIN 


c 


Duplin 


255 


1 84 


j 


SILOAM, HARRELLS 


c 


Sampson 


140 


87 


1 


TEACHEY 


c 


Duplin 


155 


136 


5 


TURKEY 


c 


Sampson 


217 


167 


12 


UNION GROVE, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


192 


89 


4 


WARSAW 


c 


Duplin 


615 


494 


4 


WELLS CHAPEL, HARREL 


c 


Sampson 


254 


160 


2 


WHITE OAK, CLINTON 


c 


Sampson 


150 


96 









Association Total : 1 0,97 1 


8,447 


XX 



-66- 



10 - Church-Type Missions Started 12 - Lost/Unchurched 14 - Intercessory Prayer 

11 - Church-Type Missions Operating 13 - Assoc. Mis. on % Basis Racial Ethnic Group (1-7) 



5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 







1916 


1997 


A 


45 








N 


Y 


Y 





1902 


1993 


A 


52 








N 


N 


Y 





1763 


1997 


A 


75 









































1908 


1989 


C 


275 








Y 


Y 


Y 





1778 


1986 


A 


75 








N 


N 


N 





1959 


1997 


C 


80 








Y 


Y 


Y 





1908 


1998 


C 


85 








Y 


N 


Y 





1905 


1985 


A 


25 








Y 


Y 


Y 





1854 


1994 


C 


275 





1 


Y 


Y 


Y 





1825 


1997 


A 


67 








Y 


Y 


Y 





1853 


1992 


A 


115 








Y 


Y 


Y 


6 


1864 




A 


65 








Y 


Y 


N 





1843 


1996 


A 


55 








Y 


Y 


N 


14 


1885 


1992 


C 


72 








N 


Y 


Y 





1867 


1995 


c 


82 








N 


Y 


N 





1926 




A 


37 














6 


1954 


1992 


1) 


265 








Y 


Y 


Y 





1889 


1986 


A 


88 








Y 


Y 


Y 


5 


1956 


1988 


1) 


146 








Y 


N 


Y 





1925 


1995 


B 


35 








Y 




N 





1802 


1998 


A 


105 








N 


N 


Y 





1795 


1995 


A 


38 








Y 


Y 


N 


22 


1837 


1987 


C 


186 








N 


Y 


Y 





1835 


1997 


D 











Y 


Y 


Y 





1993 




D 


30 








N 


Y 


N 





1984 


1995 


C 


75 








Y 


Y 


Y 





























1834 




A 


112 








N 


Y 


Y 





1863 


1995 


D 


133 





1 











1910 


1996 


A 


146 








Y 


Y 


N 





1817 


1993 


C 


25 








N 


Y 


N 


20 


1989 


1996 


C 


45 








Y 


Y 


Y 





1944 


1995 


A 


102 








Y 


N 


N 





1880 


1998 


A 


21 








N 


Y 


N 





1958 


1995 


D 


150 





1 


Y 


Y 


Y 





1900 




C 


135 








N 


Y 


Y 





1749 


1997 


A 


55 








N 


Y 


N 





1992 


1995 


A 


60 








Y 


Y 


Y 





1860 


1996 


A 


125 








Y 


Y 


Y 


8 


1940 


1996 


A 


105 








Y 


Y 


Y 





1887 


1984 


B 


138 








N 


Y 


Y 





1885 




B 


66 








N 


N 


Y 





1908 


1984 


B 


85 








Y 


Y 


N 





1914 


1997 


A 


77 








Y 


Y 


Y 





1856 




D 


85 





1 


N 


Y 


N 





1756 


1985 


A 


62 








Y 


Y 


Y 





1847 


1994 


A 


51 








N 


Y 


N 



4,226 



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BIBLE STUDY INFORMATION 

EASTERN 

Items Reported: 



15 - Total SS Enrollment 


15b 


Children 6-11 


15d 


Adults 18 24 


15f 


Adults 35-54 


15a Preschool Birth-5 


15c 


Youth 12-17 


15e 


Adults 25-34 


15g 


- Adults 55-Uf 


CONGREGATION 




C/M 


15 


15a 


15b 


15c 




ALBERTSON 




C 


44 


4 


8 


6 


ALUM SPRINGS, MT. OL 




C 


58 


5 


5 


6 


BEAR MARSH, MT. OLIV 




c 


118 


8 


15 


14 


BEULAH, TURKEY 




c 














Beulaville 




c 


290 


25 


37 


22 


BROWN, CLINTON 




c 


61 


1 


8 


6 


CALVARY, WARSAW 




c 


108 


9 


6 


18 


CALYPSO 




c 


76 


10 


8 


6 


CENTER, GARLAND 




c 


40 





2 


2 


CLINTON FIRST 




c 


575 


22 


50 


66 


CONCORD, ROSE HILL 




c 


73 


3 


32 


9 


CORINTH, ROSE HILL 




c 


133 


12 


14 


12 


DOBSON CHAPEL, MAGNO 




c 


114 


20 


15 


15 


EVERGREEN, ROSE HILL 




c 


77 


8 


14 


10 


FAISON 




c 


78 


14 


14 


10 


GARLAND 




c 


122 


13 


12 


19 


GARNER S CHAPEL, MT. 




c 


57 


2 


8 


4 


GROVE PARK, CLINTON 




c 


507 


40 


65 


58 


HICKORY GROVE, CLINT 




c 


149 


4 


20 


20 


IMMANUEL, CLINTON 




c 


186 


17 


17 


23 


INGOLD 




c 


58 





5 


3 


ISLAND CREEK, ROSE H 




c 


109 


10 


4 


4 


JOHNSON, WARSAW 




c 


34 


3 


3 


2 


KENANSVILLE 




c 


313 


51 


52 


41 


MAGNOLIA 




c 


46 





2 


14 


MISION BAUTISTA HISP 




M 


25 





8 


6 


Mision Bautusta Mara 




c 


83 


4 


9 


8 


MISION MONTE OLIVO 




M 














MOUNT GILEAD, CLINTO 




c 


229 


16 


25 


29 


MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 




c 


371 


27 


49 


42 


MOUNT VERNON, CLINTO 




c 


158 


22 


25 


18 


NEW HOPE, TURKEY 




c 


43 


3 


6 


4 


PEACE, CALYPSO 




c 


54 


18 


8 


5 


PINEY GROVE, FAISON 




c 


125 


8 


15 


14 


POPLAR GROVE, FAISON 




c 


30 


1 


2 


3 


POSTON, WALLACE 




c 


241 


14 


22 


19 


ROSE HILL 




c 


190 


10 


22 


38 


ROWAN, CLINTON 




c 


1 86 


1 7 


3 1 


21 


SERENITY, CLINTON 




c 


89 


17 


11 


2 


SHARON, CHINQUAPIN 




c 


119 


16 


8 


14 


SHILOH, CHINQUAPIN 




c 


111 


3 


20 


16 


SILOAM, HARRELLS 




c 


79 


10 


6 


4 


TEACHEY 




c 


82 


14 


13 


5 


TURKEY 




c 


106 


8 


13 


12 


UNION GROVE, CLINTON 




c 


119 


12 


10 


6 


WARSAW 




c 


201 


13 


14 


16 


WELLS CHAPEL, HARREL 




c 


122 


14 


10 


12 


WHITE OAK, CLINTON 




c 


91 


3 


6 


11 


Association Total: 


6,280 


531 


749 


695 



-70- 



15h - General Officers 16 - SS Avg Weekly Att 18 - Vacation Bible School 

15i - Other Bible Study 17 - SS Not Cong. Members 

15d 15e 15f 15g 15h 15i 16 17 18 



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95 


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MISSIONS EDUCATION 



EASTERN 

Items Reported: 



23 Total WML Enrollment 


23 b - Ages 6-11 


23d 


Ages 18-Lp 




23a Ages Birth 5 


23c - Ages 12-17 


23e 


WMU Ldrship Team 


CONGREGATION 


C/M 


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EASTERN 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



When you reach out to others 
in Jesus' name, Life's little moments 
become life's grand adventure. 




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North Carolina 



Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Seventy-Second 
Annual Session 
1827-1999 

FIRST DAY SECOND DAY 

October 25, 1 999 October 26, 1 999 

FAISON BAPTIST CHURCH GARLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 



THEME: DISCOVER THE ADVENTURE 
Moderator: Bert Alabaster Clerk: Ottis King 



NEXT ANNUAL MEETING 

First Day - Island Creek - October 23, 2000 
(Dobson Chapel assisting) 

Second Day - Grove Park - October 24, 2000 
(Brown assisting) 

ASSOCIATION OFFICE 
P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 
Location: 109 N. Center Street 
910-293-7077 FAX 910-293-7084 E-mail: easternbaptist@juno.com 

STAFF 

Director of Missions Robert H. Bailey 411-D Elizabeth St. 
Clinton, NC 28328 910-299-0289 

Mission Ministries Director <> Phillip Shuford <> 104 Stewart Ave. 
Clinton, NC 28328 910-592-0405 

Administrative Assistant Jo Neal Robinson <> 4271 Turkey Hwy. 
Clinton, NC 910-592-3044 



1 



NOTES 



Table of Contents 

Associational Directory 3 

Brotherhood Directors , 17 

Church Clerks 20 

Congregational Directory 6 

Deacon Chairs 14 

Discipleship Training Directors 17 

Executive Board Representatives 11 

General Officers 3 

Ministers of Music 22 

Other Ordained Ministers 10 

Standing Committees 23 

Sunday School Directors 15 

WMU Directors 18 

Budget 61 

Church Contributions to EBA 56 

Deceased Members (Our Beloved Dead) 35 

Historical Tables 66 

Messengers to the Annual Session 28 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 32 

Reports 38 

Association Bible Teaching (ACTeam) 38 

Brotherhood 45 

Executive Committee 46 

Disaster Relief 47 

Mission Ministries 48 

Woman's Missionary Union 40 

Schedule of Meeting Places for EBA 65 

Statistical Tables 72 

Table of Contents 2 

Title Page 1 

Treasurer's Report 58 



2 



General Officers 

Moderator Michael Shook (Gove Pk) . . . 609 NE Blvd. Clinton 28328 - 910-592-3937 

Vice Moderator Gene Hart (Garland) Box 1 87, Garland 28441 - 91 0-529-431 1 

Clerk Otfe King (Wells Chapel) P.O. Box 90, Harrells 28444 - 910-532-4528 

Associate Clerk Lucille Yancey (Rowan) . 1 06 Reedsford Rd, Clinton 28328 - 91 0-592-3080 

Treasurer Gary Rouse (FBC Clinton) 7113 Vista Dr, Clinton 28328 - 91 0-592-5287 

Assoc. Treasurer Jo Robinson (Rowan) . . . 4271 Turkey Hwy, Clinton 28328 - 910-592-3044 

Trustees 

2000 Larry Harper (Alum Spgs) 1503 White Flash Rd, Mt. Olive 28365 - 919-658-3614 

2001 Jimmy Strickland (Warsaw£1 2 Meadowbrook Ln, Warsaw 28398 - 91 0-293-4289 

2002 Billy Todd (Evergreen) . 110 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton 28328 - 910-592-3441 

Denominational Representatives 

Annuity Board Eddie Wetherington (Grove Pk) ... 6995 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328 

910-592-2898 

Children's Homes Allen Overton (Immanuel) PO Box 1694, Clinton 28328 - 910-592-3854 
Retirement Homes Aubrey Quakenbush (White Oak) .... 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328 

910-592^712 

Christian Higher Ed. Scott Frady (Calypso) . PO Box 248, Calypso 28325 - 919^58-5223 

NC Bapt. Foundation Tyanna Day (Rowan) 132 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 23328 

910-592-7268 

Baptist Hospital Gerald Quinn (Warsaw) 506 Lakeshore Dr, Warsaw 28398 

910-293-4579 

Biblical Recorder Millard Bounds (Mt. Olive) . . 2609 Emmaus Church Rd., Dudley 28333 
919-658-5479 

Church Program Officers 
Music 

Director Barbara Vestal (Kenansville) ... PO Box 235, Kenansville 28349 -910-296-2035 
Assoc. Dir. Rhonda Lucas (Teachey) 198 Carrie Wells Ln, Teachey 28464 - 910-285-7938 

Brotherhood 

Director H.L Sanderson (Dobson Chapel) 1451 NC Hwy 11 S., Magnolia 28453 

910-289-4374 

Baptist Men 

Challengers Wayne Caviness (Garland)PO Box 367, Garland 28441 - 910-529-5201 
RAs John Brown (Immanuel) 318 Dixie Rd., Clinton 28328 - 910-592-7833 

Discipleship Training 

Supporter 

Co- Supporter 

Bible Drill Coord. Jane Robinson (Turkey) . . PO Box 13, Turkey 28393 - 910-592-6818 



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Sunday School ACTeam 

Director Gene Lakey . . . . (Kenansville) (H) 910-296-0723 

P.O. Box 874, Kenansville, 28349 ... (W) 910-296-1137 

FAX 910-296-0407 E-mail kbchurch@sfttrstar,net 

VBS Director Jerry Todd (Evergreen) (W) 910-532-4879 

P.O. Box 140, Harrells 28444 (H) 910-532-2271 

FAX 91 0-532-431 3 E-mail das-^intrstar.net 
Backyard Bible Club / Missions VBS Director 

Language Missions Consultant Phillip Shuford . . (Rowan) . . (H) 910-592-0405 

104 Stewart Ave., Clinton 28328 ... (W) 910-293-7077 

FAX 9 1 0-293-7084 E-mail eastefftbapiist^j unccom 

Pastor Consultant Wayne Caviness . . . (Garland) (H) 910-529-2531 

P.O Box 367, Garland 28441 .... (W) 910-529-5201 

E-mail Icayiness lffiaolcorn 
Adult Consultants 

Youth Consultants 

Children Consultants 

Older Evelyn Wood (Shiloh) (H) 910-285-4764 

3587 Fountaintown Rd, Chinquapin 28521 (W) 910-289-6439 x 4235 

FAX 9 1 0-289-6402 E-m a i I ewood<@mMrphyfarm&,cam 

Middle Kathy Quinn (Kenansville) (H) 910-296-0420 

P.O. Box 864, Kenansville 28349 ... (W) 910-296-0420 
E-mail hQW^it)XiM^p}l^DMA99)y>. 

Younger Beckie Lakey (Kenansville) (H) 910-296-0723 

P.O. Box 874, Kenansville, 28349 ... (W) 910-298-3125 

FAX 91 0-296-0407 E-mail kbchurchffijntrstarnat 

Preschool Consultants 

Older Rhonda Lucas (Teachey) (H) 910-285-7938 

198 Carrie's Ln, Teachey 28464 ... (W) 910-296-0819 

FAX 910-296-0482 E-mail r rst j iicas@i nt rsta r, net 

Middle Vonda Norris (Sharon) (H) 910-285-3272 

220 S. NC 111, Chinquapin 28521 . . (W) 910-285-3272 

E-mail kbaby^/dsjfinnnetxom 

Woman's Missionary Union 

Director Donna Landes .... (Clinton FBC) (H) 910-592-7947 

P.O. Box 1053, Clinton 28329 (W) 910-592-4653 

donna1ffijntr3tar.net FAX 910-592-2142 

Asst. Director / Secretary Lucille Yancey (Rowan) .... (H) 910-592-3080 
196 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328 

t iel@lntrst3f .net FAX 910-292-6685 

Missions Growth Consultant Elizabeth Gordon (Mt. Olive FBC) . . (H) 919-658-6293 
103 Ridgecrest Dr., Mt. Olive 28365 



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Asst. Missions Growth Consultant Paula Matthis (Clinton FBC) (H) 910-592-5802 

1690 Edmond Matthis Rd., Clinton 28328 

Church-wide Missions Involvement Consultant Helen Register (Turkey) 

1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 28393 ... (H) 910-533-3845 

Asst. Church-wide Missions Involvement Consultant Susan Joyner (Magnolia) 

P.O. Box 184, Magnolia 28453 (H) 910-289-5268 

Women on Mission Consultant Brenda Matthis (Mt. Gilead) . (H) 910-592-1660 

4988 Taylor's Bridge Hwy, Clinton 28328 

Asst. Women on Mission Consultant Gail Naylor (Piney Grove) (H) 910-592-2944 

.411 Beaver Dam Drive, Clinton 28328 

Acteen Consultant Ladeane Little (Faison) (H) 910-267-1230 

214 E. Faison St., Faison 28341 

Asst. Acteen Consultant Ann Byrd (Bear Marsh) (H) 919-658-3987 

1568 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 

GA Consultant Karen Warren (Rowan) (H) 910-592-5900 

2063 Mt. Gilead Church Rd., Clinton 28328 

Asst. GA Consultant Carolyn Drew (Warsaw) (H) 910-293-7280 

175 Drew Rd., Warsaw 28398 

Ethnic / Language Culture Consultant Mary Evelyn Wells (Rose Hill) 

P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458 (H) 910-289-2691 

WWMwM}mtQf)J?M. FAX 910-289-3520 

Area Consultants 

Clinton Dorothy Carr (Rowan) (H) 910-592-1332 

386-Moltonville Rd., Clinton 28328 

Garland / Star Betty Sanderson (Siloam ) (H) 910-532-4211 

P. O. Box 110, Harrells 28444 

Faison / Warsaw . . . Mary Hester Powell (Warsaw) (H) 910-293-4951 

7609 Pine St., Warsaw 28398 

Mt. Olive Marjorie Garris (Mt. Olive) (H) 919-736-1825 

1442 Old Mt. Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333 

Wallace/ Rose Hill .. Willard Fussell (Teachey) (H) 910-285-3180 

P.O. Box 1, Teachey 28464 




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DIRECTORY OF CONGREGATIONS AND MINISTERS 

(C=Church, M= Mission) 
Church Phone FAX e-mail address 
Location il I [ II Mailing Address 

ALBERTSON C 

NC 903 (just N. of intersection with NC 1 1 1 ) PO Box 37, Albertson, NC 28501 
Interim Pastor: Don Gray 

ALUM SPRINGS C (919) 658-2787 

131 Alum Springs Church Rd. PO Box 549, Pink Hill, NC 28572 

Pastor: J. Elwood Oliver (919) 658-2787 

BEAR MARSH C (919) 658-61 33 

1649 Beautancus Rd. 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive, NC 28465 

Pastor: (919)658-6133 

BEULAH C 

592 Lake Artesia Rd., Turkey 

Pastor: Lonnie Cook (778 King Rd., Clinton 28328) (910) 533-2445 

BEULAVILLE C (910)298-3434 (910) 

601 E. Main St. PO Box 394 Beulaville, NC 28518 

Pastor: Robert L. Hunter, Jr. (910) 298-4060 

BROWN C (91 0)564-6060 bro^nbafitchurch^inirstar.net 

2009 Browns Church Rd. 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Frank Turner (91 0) 592-71 56 

CALVARY C (910)293-7458 

709 Memorial Dr. 110 Wade St. , Warsaw, NC 28398 

Pastor: Tim Gore (910) 293-7458 

CALYPSO C (919)658-5223 scottf2G{g££j#Ft et.com 

132 E. Church St. PO Box 248, Calypso, NC 28325 

Pastor: Scott Frady (919) 658-5223 

CENTER C (910)532-2118 

7954 Harrells Hwy., Garland 5275 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey 28393 

Pastor: Danny Johnson (910) 533-2685 

CLINTON, FIRST C (910)592-8124 (910)592-6109 ftKffiintrstar.net 
408 College St. PO Box 837, Clinton, NC 28328 

Transition Pastor, Darden B. Battle (910) 990-1284 

Assoc. Pastor/Min. of Music, Jean Hatch (910) 592-6215 

Youth Minister, Steve Porter (910) 592-9372 

CONCORD C (910)289-3718 (910)285-6409 jwjSi affiiirtreta r.net 

3197 S. NC 903, Rose Hill 639 E. Southerland St., Wallace, NC 28466 

Pastor: James W. Johnson (910) 285-4206 



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CORINTH C (910)289-4787 

767 Corinth Church Rd. 767 Corinth Church Rd., Rose Hill, NC 28458 

Pastor: Alan Holmes (910) 289-3928 

DOBSON CHAPEL C (910)296-1473 

1473 S. NC 50 (at Dobson Chapel Rd.) 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia, NC 28453 
Pastor: Arnold Gosnell (910) 296-0840 

EVERGREEN C (910) 532-4757 HmX&^MMfMtMmt 
S. US 421 at Magnolia-Lisbon Rd. 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill, NC 28458 
Pastor: Kevin Purcell (910) 532-2822 

FAISON C (910)267-5301 

511 W. Main St. 511 W. Main St., Faison, NC 28341 

Pastor: Paul Rose (919) 658-4600 

GARLAND C (910)529-5201 Ikavisiessl^aoLcorn 

Second St. PO Box 367, Gariand, NC 28441 

Pastor: Wayne Caviness (910) 529-2531 

GARNER'S CHAPEL C (91 9) 658-8641 (Clerk) rm^M^MtXhlM,.Mt 

1535 Garner's Chapel Rd. 1365 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive, NC 28365 

Intentional Interim Pastor: M Carlysle Franks (919) 821-3800 

GROVE PARK C (910)592-3937 (910)592-3753 gpbcjg>irstrsta r.rjet 
609 Northeast Blvd. 609 Northeast Blvd., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Michael Shook (910) 564-2794 

Min. of Music & Youth: Scott Bullard 

HICKORY GROVE C (910)564-2591 johnnyiffeintrstar.net 
11455 US 421 N. 11455 US 421 N., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Johnny Armstrong (910) 564-2495 

IMMANUEL C (910)592-3854 (910)592-7045 overchoig>jfttrigiar,net 

1017 Sunset Ave. PO Box 1694, Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: C. Allen Overton (910) 592-3360 

INGOLD C (910)529-1489 d kk woodffij nt rs tar, net 

1561 Old US 701, Ingold 1561 Old US 701, Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Dean Wood (910) 529-1489 

ISLAND CREEK C (910) 289-2606 

237 Pasture Branch Rd. 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill, NC 28458 

Pastor: Ronald Ginn (910) 289-2606 

JOHNSON C (910)293-4757 

477 Johnson Church Rd. 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw, NC 28398 

Pastor: Farrell H. Miller (910) 293-4980 

KENANSVILLE C (910)296-1137 (910)296-0407 kbchufch^mlfistar^nej: 
114 Routledge Rd PO Box 865, Kenansville, NC 28349-0874 

Pastor: D. Gene Lakey, Jr. (910) 296-0723 



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MAGNOLIA C (910)289-2217 

208 E. Main St. 

Pastor: Larry Blount 

MISION BAUTISTA EMANUEL M 

408 W. Main St. (FBC, Wallace) 
Pastor: 



PO Box 96, Magnolia, NC 28453 
(910)289-2275 



% Rose Hill Baptist Church 



MISION BAUTISTA GETSEMANI M 

120 W. College St. 

Pastor: Pedro Almendariz 

MISION BAUTISTA MARANATHA M 

1001 McKoy St. 

Pastor: Pedro Bueno 



209 E. College St., Warsaw, NC 28398 
(910)293-9361 

(910) 596-0078 fbc@ntrstar.net 
2941 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 590-3390 



MISION MONTE OLIVO M (919)658-0226 fbcmo^yahoo.com 
627 Whitfield Rd. PO Box 203, Mount Olive, NC 28365 

Pastor: Vicente Rangel (919) 658-6293 



MOUNT GILEAD C (910) 592-6533 
3949 Taylor's Bridge Hwy. 

Pastor. Larry King 

MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST C (919) 658-2062 
300 N. Chestnut St. 

Pastor: Don Gordon 



3921 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 592-6533 

fbcrr*o62>y ahoo.corsi 
PO Box 203, MounT oiive/NC 28366 
(919)658-6293 



MOUNTVERNON C (910) 533-3164 
3970 Faison Hwy. 

Pastor: Kenneth Benton 

NEW HOPE C (910) 533-3417 

4970 New Hope Church Rd. (at Cornwallis) 
Pastor: Ray Smith 

PEACE C (919)658-2062 

323 E. Church St., Calypso 

Pastor: Edgar A. Rouse 

PINEY GROVE C (910) 564-6061 
1818 N. McCullen Rd. 

Pastor: Joel Story 

POPLAR GROVE C (910)267-7191 
90 Giddensville Rd. 
Pastor: 



3515 Faison hwy., Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 533-3099 



1710 Howard Rd., Autryville, NC 28318 
(910)567-6230 

emu sej§>d u &\ \ n rtetxom 
303 E. Hill St., Warsaw, NC 28398 
(910)293-2127 



2600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison, NC 28341 
(910)564-4848 



90 Giddensville, Rd., Faison, NC 28341 



POSTON C (910)285-2439 

4121 NC 11 Hwy. 4121 NC 11 Hwy., Wallace, NC 28466 

Pastor: James W. Creech (910) 285-2476 

Assoc. Pastor/Youth & Children: Tripp Foltz (910) 285-0981 



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POSTON DEAF MISSION M (910)285-2439 

4121 NC 11 Hwy. 4121 NC 11 Hwy., Wallace, NC 28466 
Pastor: 

ROSE HILL C (910)289-2250 

401 E. Main St. PO Box 459, Rose Hill, NC 28458 

Pastor: Dean Beck (910) 289-3221 

ROWAN C (910) 592-7508 (910) 592-7508 fldttateOifiLfiSUB 

701 Rowan Rd. 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Gregory Day (910) 592-7268 

SERENITY C (910)596-0594 

1590 Ozzie Rd. 1364 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: James O. Flowers (910) 592-5686 

SHARON C (910)285-4391 

NC 41 & 50 PO Box 126, Chinquapin, NC 28521 

Interim Pastor: Norman Wheeler (910) 285-6352 Parsonage: 285-3062 

SHILOH C (910)285-2636 (910)285-1685 red ing^N CNets.net 
4587 S. NC 50 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy, Chinquapin, NC 28521 

Pastor: Dan Sellers (910) 285-2431 

SILOAM C (919)532-4077 tmM.MWtmtarmt. 

833 Tomahawk Hwy. 833 Tomahawk Hwy, Harrells, NC 28444 

Pastor: Timothy G. Register (910) 532-4444 

TEACHEY C 

East Ave. PO Box 158, Teachey, NC 28464 

Pastor: Robert Cornwell (910) 285-2788 

TURKEY C (910)592-5562 magmac@ritrstar.net 

144 E. Faison Ave. PO Box 159, Turkey, NC 28393 

Pastor: D. Mack Musselwhite (910) 592-2056 

UNION GROVE C 

863 Boney Mill Rd. 952 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Odell Peterson (910) 592-7000 

WARSAW C (910)293-4236 

290 E. College St. 290 E. College St., Warsaw, NC 28398 

Pastor: Louis Hill (910) 293-7479 

Min. of Music & Youth: Michael Edwards (919) 731-4573 

WELLS CHAPEL C (910)532-4210 ksngscv^MCstar.net 

8565 S. NC 41 PO Box 90, Harrells, NC 28444-0090 

Pastor: Ottis King (910) 532-4528 

WHITE OAK C (910)564-2343 (910)829-7950 

310 White Oak Church Rd. PO Box 747, Salemburg, NC 28385 

Pastor: Davis Benton (910) 525-4319 



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OTHER ORDAINED MINISTERS 



CALVARY Mr Homer Bumgardner 4127 William Kalmer Rd. 

Faison NC 28341 

CLINTON FIRST Rev Clyde Davis (910) 592-531 3 PO Box 263 

Clinton NC 28328 

Rev Ken Eanes (910) 592-2894 Sir Clinton Apts # 43 

Clinton NC 28328 

Rev Mel Taylor (910) 592-3211 312 E Johnson St. 

Clinton NC 28328 

GROVE PARK Rev James Parson (910) 592-1670 1010 Lakeview Dr. 

Clinton NC 28328 

Rev Billy Todd (910) 592-3441 1 10 Taylors Bridge Hwy. 

Clinton NC 28328 

Rev Eddie Wetherington (910) 592-2898 695 Faison Highway 

Clinton NC 28328-6101 

IMMANUEL Rev Wade Thompson (910) 592-241 5 603 Stewart Avenue 

Clinton NC 28328 

ISLAND CREEK Rev Harvey Blanton (910) 289-2639287 Murphy Store Rd. 

Rose Hill NC 28458 

KENANSVILLE Rev Dale Myers (910) 285-2324 PO Box 99 

Teachey NC 28464-0099 
Rev Roy Vestal (91 0) 296-021 1 PO Box 1 031 

Kenansville NC 28349-1031 
MT OLIVE FIRST Rev Millard Bounds 2609 Emmaus Church Rd. 

Dudley NC 28333-9196 
Rev Gerald Garris (919) 736-1825 1442 Old Mt Olive Hwy 

Mt Olive NC 28365 

WARSAW Rev Graham Elmore 307 E Pollock St. 

Warsaw NC 28398 

Rev Dan Jolly (910) 293-7441 1 1 Short Street 

Warsaw NC 28398 

Rev Mitchell Rivenbark (910) 293-7496 PO Box 463 

Warsaw NC 28398 

WHITE OAK Rev Aubrey Quakenbush (910) 592-4712 106 Finch Street 

Clinton NC 28328 




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Representatives on Executive Board 



ALBERTSON 

ALUM SPRINGS Mrs. Virginia Abernethy 
Mr. Larry W. Harper 

BEAR MARSH Elbert Davis 
Edison Pate 

BEULAH Mr. Patrick Byrd 

BEULAVILLE F. H. Danley 

BROWN Mr. Roy R. Cartrette 

Mr. Steve Hulen 



CALVARY 
CALYPSO 



Mr. Thomas Albritton 
Mr. James Baker 



CENTER 

CLINTON FIRST Mrs. Edith Lee 

Mrs. Margaret Underwood 
CONCORD Mr. Gary Bell 

Mr. Steve Boone 
CORINTH Mr. George R. Jones 

Mr. J. C. Savage, Jr. 
DOBSON CHAPEL Mr. Jimmy Brown 

Mr. Russell Borwn 

EVERGREEN 

FAISON Mrs. Helen Britt 

Ladeane Little 

GARLAND Mr. Gene Hart 

Mr. Frank Morris 

GARNER'S CHAPEL Albert Britt 
Gary Rose 



919 
919 
919 
919 
919 
910 
910 
910 

919 
919 

910 
910 
910 
910 
910 
910 
910 
910 

910 



910 



910 



910 



658-9721 1556 White Flash Rd. 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
658-3614 1503 White Flash Rd. 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
658-2842 1569 Beautancus Rd. 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
658-3624285 Maysville School Rd. 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
533-3232 592 Lake Artesia Rd. 

Turkey, NC 28393 
298-3212 P. O. Box 212 

Beulaville, NC 28518 
592-2025320 Old Drag Strip Rd. 

Clinton, NC 28328 
564-2017 75 Bucktown Rd. 

Clinton, NC 28328 



658-2602 
658-4984 



P. O. Box 245 
Calypso, NC 28325 

P. O. Box 164 
Calypso, NC 28325 



592 
292 
289 
289 
289 
285 
289 
289 



•4484 



503 Woodrow St. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
Nathan Dudley Rd. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
749 Wards Rd. 
Rose Hill, NC 28458 
2265 Cornwallis Rd. 
Rose Hill, NC 28458 
668 Fussell Rd. 
Rose Hill, NC 28458 
-3982312 Taylor's Creek Rd. 

Teachey, NC 28464 
-34631023 Stockinghead Rd. 

Rose Hill, NC 28458 
-2228 354 Stockinghead Rd. 
Rose Hill, NC 28458 



•2450 
-3974 
•3434 
•3494 



267-3391 



P.O. Box 212 
Faison, NC 28341 
267-1230 214 N. Faison Ave. 

Faison, NC 28341 
PO Box 187 
Garland, NC 28441 
PO Box 191 
Garland, NC 28441 
919) 658-3316 1244 Garner's Chapel Rd. 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
919) 658-3391 1349 Garner's Chapel Rd. 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 



529-4311 
529-9161 



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GROVE PARK 



HICKORY GROVE 



IMMANUEL 



INGOLD 



ISLAND CREEK 



JOHNSON 



KENANSVILLE 



MAGNOLIA 



MOUNT GILEAD 



MT OLIVE FIRST 



MOUNT VERNON 



NEW HOPE 



PEACE 

PINEY GROVE 



Rev. Eddie Wetherington 
Mrs. Muriel Wetherington 
Mr. Gerald Strickland 
Mr. Larry Strickland 
Mr. John T Brown 
Mr. John Owens 
Mr. Norwood Carter 
Mr. O.L Matthis 
Mr. Harry Bradshaw 
Mr. Wayne Cobb 
Mr. Dennis Kirby 
Mrs. Violette Phillips 
Mr. Brinson Vestal 
Mr. Henry West, Jr. 
Mr. Kenneth Baker 
Mr. Tommy Kissner 
Lonnie J. Bass 
Randy Driskill 
Mr. Glenn Brogen 
Mr. Louis Pate 
Mr. Tate Pope 
Mrs. Tate Pope 
Mr. Raymond Blanchard, 
Mr. Edward Colwell 

Mr. Newitt Norris 
Mr. Gary W. Weeks 

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910) 592-2898 695 Faison Highway 
Clinton, NC 28328-6101 
910) 592-2898 695 Faison Highway 
Clinton, NC 28328-6101 
910) 564-6717 8397 N US 421 Hwy. 

Clinton, NC 28328 
910) 564-4593 1288 Rabbit St. 

Clinton, NC 28328 
91 0) 592-7833) 31 8 Dixie Road 
Clinton, NC 2832 
91 0) 592-2636 1 000 Warren Street 
Clinton, NC 

910) 529-1921 ) 1500 Lisbon Bridge Road 
Garland, NC 28444 
910) 529-3279713 Edmond Matthis Road 
Clinton, NC 28328 
910) 289-3889 21 1 Dogwood Street 
Rose Hill, NC 28458 
91 0) 285-6452 1 89 Clay Hill Lane 
Wallace, NC 28466 
910)296-0031 P.O. Box 475 

Kenansville, NC 28349 
910)296-1038 P.O. Box 720 

Kenansville, NC28349 
910)296-0603 P.O. Box 810 

Kenansville, NC 28349-0810 
91 0) 293-7294 1 289 NC 24-50 Hwy 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
91 0) 289-231 3 269 Sheffield Road 
Magnolia, NC 29453 
910)289-3036 1 16 W Main St 

Magnolia, NC 28453 
910) 592-407^26 Mt Gilead Church Rd. 

Clinton, NC 28328 
910) 592-8691167 W. Mt Gilead Church Rd. 

Clinton, NC 28328 
91 9) 658-5502 409 W James St 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
91 9) 658-61 70 1 02 Meredith St 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
91 0)533-3454 258 Beaver Road 
Clinton, NC 28328 
91 0) 533-3454 258 Beaver Road 
Clinton, NC 28328 
Jr. (910) 533-35863240 Cornwallis Rd 
Turkey, NC 28393 
910) 533-3372 206 Colwell Lane 
Turkey, NC 28393 

91 0) 533-31 1 39 66860 Faison Hwy 
Faison, NC 28341 

910) 533-3385 3125 Isaac Weeks Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328 



POPLAR GROVE Mr. Garland Britt 

Mr. Wilbert Massey 
POSTON Ms. Annette Henderson 

Ms. Aileen Moore 
ROSE HILL Mr. Clarence Brown 

Mr. W.S. Wells Jr. 
ROWAN Frankie Baldwin 

Donald Pope 

SERENITY 

SHARON Mr. Rayboume Batchelor 

Mra. Rayboume Batchelor 
SHILOH Mr. William Powell 

Mr. Danny O. Wood 
SILOAM Mrs. Betty Sanderson 

Mr. Robert Sanderson 
TEACHEY Mr. Leland McGill 

TURKEY Mr. A. B. Carter 

Mr. Henry Register 
UNION GROVE Mr. Raeford Carter 

Mr. Glenwood Fryar 
WARSAW Rev. Louis Hill 

Mr. Charles Sutton 
WELLS CHAPEL Mr. Percy L. Carter 

Mr. Harry Hoover 
WHITE OAK Mr. Kenneth Honeycutt 

Mrs. Ann Spell 

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Lake Artesia Road 
Faison, NC 28341 
910) 533-3721370 Lake Artesia Road 
Faison, NC 28341 
910) 285-4166 144 Henderson Lane 
Wallace, NC 28466 
910) 285-3436 1 70 Henderson Lane 
Wallace, NC 28466 
910)289-2339 PO Box 320 

Rose Hill, NC 28458 
910)289-2691 PO Box 66 

Rose Hill, NC 28458 
910)592-6753 2530 Old Warsaw Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328 
910)592-3437 Box 411 

Clinton, NC 28328 



91 0) 285-2587 200 Norwood Blanchard Rd 
Chinquapin, NC 28521 
91 0) 285-2587 200 Norwood Blanchard Rd 
Chinquapin, NC 28521 
910) 285-691 1796 Cypress Creek Rd. 

Wallace, NC 28466 
910) 285-47643587 Fountaintown Rd. 

Chinquapin, NC 28521 
910) 532-4211 PO Box 110 

Harrells, NC 28444 
910) 532-4211 PO Box 110 

Harrells, NC 28444 
910) 285-2360 108 N. Teachey Rd. 

Wallace, NC 28466 
910) 533-3845 32 Beulah Church Rd. 

Turkey, NC 28393 
910) 533-3845 1935 Wilmington Rd. 

Turkey, NC 28393 
910) 592-7222880 Kenneth Carter Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328 
910) 592-8274 1 57 Boney Mill Rd. 

Clinton, NC 28328 
910) 293-4236 909 E. College St. 

Warsaw, NC 28398 
508 E. College St. 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
910) 532-4997 1322 Rufus Wells Rd. 

Willard, NC 28478 
910)532-4336 340 Wilmington Hwy. 

Harrells, NC 28444 
910) 564-5056 880 Bass Lake Rd. 

Clinton, NC 28328 
91 0) 592-8998 1 06 Deer Track Dr. 

Clinton, NC 28328 



EASTERN 

Chairman of Deacons 



JM SPRINGS 

AR MARSH 

ULAH 

ULAVILLE 

OWN 

LVARY 

LYPSO 

NTER 

INTON FIRST 

>NCORD 

)RINTH 

)BSON CHAPEL 

ERGREEN 

JSON 

VRNER'S CHAPEL 
IOVE PARK 
CKORY GROVE 
MANUEL 
LAND CREEK 
)HNSON 
ENANSVILLE 
*GNOLIA 

ISION BAUTUSTA MARA 
ISION MONTE OLIVO 
OUNT GILEAD 
OUNT OLIVE FIRST 
OUNT VERNON 
EW HOPE 



Mr Larry W Harper 

Stanley Byrd 

Mr Doug Gregory 

Mr Frank Thomas 

Mr J. Elbert Dudley, Sr. 

Mr John Casteen 

Mr Greg Wiggins 

Ray A Canon 

Mr Roland Heath 

MR STEVE BOONE 

Mr Joe Fussell 

Mr Greg Brown 

Mr Jerry Todd 

Mr Richard Whitman 

Mr John Hicks 

Mr Chris Fann 

Mr Gerald Strickland 

Mr Johnny Parker 

Mr Harry Bradshaw 

MrBoyce Boyette 

Mr Bob Swain 

Mr Tommy Kissner 

MrRemigio Resendiz 

Felipe Sequra 

Lonnie J Bass 

Mr Sandy Jackson 

Wayne Wilson 

Mr Edward Colwell 
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(91 9) 658-361 4 1 503 White Flash Road 
Mt Olive NC 28365 

(919)658-3987 1 568 Beautancas Road 
Mt Olive NC 28365 



(910) 298-4587 
(910) 592-3458 
(910) 592-2941 
(919) 658-3467 
(910) 532-4552 
(910) 592-5157 
(910)289-3434 
(910) 289-3380 
(910)289-3926 
(910) 532-2271 
(910)293-3057 
(919) 658-4335 
(910) 592-5505 
(910)564-6717 
(910) 592-6597 
(910) 289-3889 
(910) 293-7367 
(910) 293-7777 
(910)289-3036 
(910) 596-0078 

(910)592-4074 
(919) 756-7858 
(910) 533-3364 
(910) 533-3372 



P. O. Box 111 
BeulavilleNC 28518 
729 Nathan Dudley Rd. 
Clinton NC 28328 

107 Britt Street 
Clinton NC 28328 
105 Pineland Avenue 
Mt Olive NC 28365 
6141 Harrells Highway 
Garland NC 28441 

108 Country Club Circle 
Clinton NC 28328 

2265 CORNWALLIS ROAD 

ROSE HILL NC 28458 

226 Earl Davis Rd. 

TeacheyNC 28464 

1042 Stockinghead Road 

Rose Hill NC 28458 

PO Box 21 

Harrells NC 28444 

731 Veach's Mill Road 

Warsaw NC 28398 

169 White Flash Rd. 

IMt. Olive NC 28365 

907 Coharie Dr. 

Clinton NC 28328 

8397 N US 421 Hwy 

Clinton NC 28328 

4182 Roseboro Highway 

Clinton NC 28328 

21 1 Dogwood Street 

Rose Hill NC 28458 

306 Boyette Road 

Warsaw NC 28398 

126 Henry Middleton Road 

Warsaw NC 28349 

116 W Main Street 

Magnolia NC 28453 

PO Box 837 

Clinton NC 28329-0837 

322 Horsepen Lane 

Mt. Olive NC 28365 

926 W Mount Gilead Church Rd. 

Clinton NC 28328 

1909 Palm St. 

GoldsboroNC 27530 

1674 Auctioneer Road 

Clinton NC 28328 

206 Colwell Lane 

Turkey NC 28393 



PEACE 

PINEY GROVE 
POPLAR GROVE 
POSTON 
ROSE HILL 
ROWAN 
SHARON 
SHILOH 
SILOAM 
TEACHEY 
TURKEY 
UNION GROVE 
WELLS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 



ALUM SPRINGS 

BEAR MARSH 

BEULAH 

BEULAVILLE 

BROWN 

CALVARY 

CALYPSO 

CENTER 

CLINTON FIRST 

CONCORD 

CORINTH 

DOBSON CHAPEL 

EVERGREEN 

FAISON 

GARLAND 



Mr Ken Powell 

MrDewitt King 

Mr Douglas Blackmon 

Dulan Murray 

Mr W. T. Blanchard 

Mr Harold Bradshaw 

Mr Harold Hatcher 

Mr David H Maready 

Mr Wayne Cannady 

Mr Graham Kilpatrick 

Mr Henry Register 

MrGlenwood Fryar 

Mr Jim Moody 

Mr Kenneth Honeycutt 



(919) 658-8073 
(910) 564-6897 
(910) 267-1001 
(910) 285-2855 
(910) 289-3295 
(910) 592-8708 
(910)285-4830 
(910)285-5480 
(910)532-4235 
(910)285-4253 
(910) 533-3845 
(910) 592-8274 
(910) 532-4479 
(910) 564-5056 



PO Box 441 
Calypso NC 28325 
1248 Darden Road 
Faison NC 28341 
1276 Giddensville Road 
Faison NC 28341 
217 First Street 
Wallace NC 28466 
P. O. Box 536 
Rose Hill NC 28458 
1197 Rowan Rd. 
Clinton NC 28328 
572SNC111 Hwy 
Chinquapin NC 28521 
4428 NC 50 Hwy South 
Chinquapin NC 28521 
424 Tomahawk Hwy 
HarrellsNC 28444 
10 Washington Circle 
Wallace NC 28466 
1935 Wilmington Road 
Turkey NC 28393 
157 Boney Mill Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
2241 Wallace Hwy 
Wallace NC 28466 
880 Bass Lake Road 
Clinton NC 28328 



EASTERN 

Sunday School Director 



Mr John Wheeler 
Mr Bobby Holland 
Mrs Virginia Byrd 
F H Danley 
Mr Jimmy A Can- 
Mr John Casteen 
Mr Greg Wiggins 
Ray A Canon 
Mrs Lou Royal 
MR GARY BELL 
Mr Edward Jackson 
Mrs Joan Barnette 
Mr Sherwood Johnson 
Mrs Annie Brown 

Mr Frank Morris 
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(919)658-9231 
(919)658-4788 
(910)533-3796 
(910)298-3212 
(910)564-6584 
(910)592-2941 
(919)658-3467 
(910) 532-4552 
(910) 596-0936 
(910)289-3974 
(910)289-2461 
(910)296-1771 
(910) 532-2366 
(910)267-2321 
(910) 529-9161 



175 John Wheeler Lane 

Mt Olive NC 28365 

Ramblewood Dr. 

Mt. Olive NC 28365 

660 Lake Artesia Rd. 

Turkey NC 28393 

PO Box 212 

BeulavilleNC 28518 

4423 Keener Road 

Clinton NC 28328 

107 Britt Street 

Clinton NC 28328 

105 Pineland Avenue 

Mt Olive NC 28365 

6141 Harrells Highway 

Garland NC 28441 

58 Hubbard Place 

Clinton NC 28328 

749 WARDS ROAD 

ROSE HILL NC 28458 

174 Williams Taylor Creek Rd 

TeacheyNC 28464 

P. O. Box 8576 

Kenansvllle NC 28349 

10980 Taylors Bridge Road 

Rose Hill NC 28458 

PO Box 727 

Faison NC 28341 

PO Box 191 

Garland NC 28441 



GARNER'S CHAPEL 
GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 

ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 
MAGNOLIA 

MISION MONTE OLIVO 
MOUNT GILEAD 
MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 
MOUNT VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 

PINEY GROVE 

POPLAR GROVE 

POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SERENITY 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SILOAM 

TEACHEY 

TURKEY 

UNION GROVE 

WARSAW 

WELLS CHAPEL 

WHITE OAK 



Mr Tim Rose 
Mr Carroll Royal 
Mr Mike Medlin 
Mr Charles A Adams 
Mr Bobby H Lamb 

Mr George Brown 

Mrs Ellen Bell 

Mr Bert Alabaster 

Mrs Diana Kissner 

Aura Marruquir 

Byron Bass 

Mrs Jenny Jeanes 

Mr Marshall Falatovich 

Mrs Esther F Hines 

Mr Ken Powell 

MrDewitt King 

Mr Graver Miller 

Mr Jerry Teachey 

Mr Ross Powell 

Mike Ellis 

Mr Richard Weeks 

Mrs Pat Norris 

Mr Danny O Wood 

Mr Timothy L Rose 

Mrs Norita Boney 

Mr David Tew 

MrRaeford Carter 

Mr Patrick Jemigan 

Mr Kalton R Newkirk 

Mr Princeton West 
16 



(919)658-8628 
(910)592-5203 
(910) 564-6210 
(910)564-6517 
(910)529-5961 
(910)285-2540 
(910) 293-3194 
(910)296-0246 
(910) 289-3036 

(910) 592-1666 
(919)658-9597 
(910) 592-8643 
(910)533-3228 
(919)658-8073 
(910) 564-6697 
(910) 533-3342 
(910)285-5113 
(910) 289-3425 
(910) 592-7627 
(910) 590-2502 
(910) 285-4352 
(910) 285-4764 
(910)532-2021 
(910)285-3497 
(910) 533-2092 
(910)592-7222 
(910) 293-7714 
(910) 532-4547 
(910)564-4114 



844 Gamer Chapel Rd. 
Mt. Olive NC 28365 
5842 Hobbton Highway 
Clinton NC 28328-5844 
321 1 Spivey's Comer Hwy. 
Newton Grove NC 
2905 Five Bridge Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
931 Lisbon Bridge Road 
Garland NC 28441 
466 Island Creek Road 
Wallace NC 28466 
235 Cy Cavanaugh Road 
Warsaw NC 28398 
132 Limestone Street 
Kenansville NC 28349 
116 W Main Street 
Magnolia NC 28453 
P. O. Box 10783 
Goldsboro NC 27532 
3808 Taylors Bridge Hwy 
Clinton NC 28328 
706 Club Knolls Road 
Mt Olive NC 28365 
410 Beaverdam Rd. 
Clinton NC 28328 
3850 New Hope Church . Rd. 
Turkey NC 28393 
PO Box 441 
Calypso NC 28325 
1248 Darden Road 
FaisonNC 28341 
8924 Faison Hwy. 
Faison NC 28341 
7086 NC Hwy 117 
Watha NC 28471 
PO Box 636 
Rose Hill NC 28458 
115 Jefferson Street 
Clinton NC 28328 
1360 Boney Mill Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
PO Box 126 
Chinquapin NC 28521 
3587 Fountaintown Road 
Chinquapin NC 28521 
1345 Wilmington Hwy 
HarrellsNC 28444 
PO Box 122 
Teachey NC 28464 
925 Bowden Rd. 
Turkey NC 28393 
880 Kenneth Carter Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
956 S Railroad Street 
Warsaw NC 28398 
8390 Willard Road 
Willard NC 28478 
874 Boone Road 
Clinton NC 28328 



EASTERN 

Discipleship Training Director 



DOBSON CHAPEL 

EVERGREEN 

GARLAND 

GROVE PARK 

IMMANUEL 

JOHNSON 

KENANSVILLE 

MAGNOLIA 

MISION BAUTUSTA MARA 

MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 

PEACE 

POSTON 

ROWAN 

SILOAM 

TURKEY 

WELLS CHAPEL 



Rev Arnold P Gosnell 

Rev Kevin A Purcell 

Mr J T Riley 

Mr Billy Todd 

Mr Lawrence May 

Rev Fan-ell H Miller Sr 

Rev D G Lakey Jr 

Rev Larry Blount 

Rev Pedro Bueno 

Margaret A Parvin 

Mr Ken Powell 

Mr Terry Duff 

Donna Ellis 

Mrs Dee Cannady 

Rev Douglas M Musselwhite 

Mr Eddie King 



(910) 296-0840 
(910) 532-2822 
(910) 529-4941 
(910)592-3441 
(910) 590-2736 
(910) 293-4980 
(910) 296-0723 
(910)289-2275 
(910) 590-3390 
(919) 658-4084 
(919) 658-8073 
(910)285-4869 
(910) 592-7627 
(910) 532-4235 
(910) 592-2056 
(910) 532-2392 



1540 S. NC 50 
Magnolia NC 28453 
63 E Magnolia Lisbon H 
Rose Hill NC 28458 
PO Box 182 
Garland NC 28441 
110 Taylors Bridge Hwy 
Clinton NC 28328 
1117 0zzie Rd. 
Clinton NC 28328 
477 Johnson Church Rc 
Warsaw NC 28398 
PO Box 874 
Kenansville NC 28349-I 
PO Box 96 
Magnolia NC 28453 
2941 Rowan Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
502 W Main Street 
Mt Olive NC 28365 
PO Box 441 
Calypso NC 28325 
110 Murray Lane 
Wallace NC 28466 
115 Jefferson Street 
Clinton NC 28328 
424 Tomahawk Hwy 
Harrells NC 28444 
Post Office Box 148 
Turkey NC 28393 
1591 Rufus Wells Road 
Willard NC 28478 



EASTERN 

Men/Boys Msn Edu Dir (Bro Dir) 



BEAR MARSH 

BEULAVILLE 

BROWN 

CLINTON FIRST 

CONCORD 

DOBSON CHAPEL 

EVERGREEN 

FAISON 

GARLAND 



Ricky Beasley 

Bobby Cottle 

Mr Roy R Cartrette 

Mr Raymond Spell 

MR GARY BELL 

Mr Bryan Brock 

Mr Floyd Sutton 

Mr C J Hobbs 

Mr Norwood Blackman 
17 



(919) 658-8466 
(910)298-5480 
(910)592-2025 
(910) 592-2464 
(910) 289-3974 
(910) 289-7014 
(910)532-4905 
(910)267-3131 
(910) 529-7791 



825 Tram Road 
Mt Olive NC 28365 
746 Commill Road 
Beulaville NC 28518 
320 Old Drag Strip Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
207 W. Arrowhead Dr. 
Clinton NC 28328 
749 WARDS ROAD 
ROSE HILL NC 28458 
945 Stockinghead Rd. 
Rose Hill NC 28458 
607 Trinity Church Road 
Magnolia NC 28453 
PO Box 292 
FaisonNC 28341 
PO Box 367 
Garland NC 28441 



GARNER'S CHAPEL 
GROVE PARK 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 
ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 

MISION BAUTUSTA MARA 

MOUNT GILEAD 

MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 

MOUNT VERNON 

PINEY GROVE 

POSTON 

ROWAN 

SERENITY 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SILOAM 

TURKEY 

UNION GROVE 

WELLS CHAPEL 



ALUM SPRINGS 
BEAR MARSH 
BEULAH 
BEULAVILLE 
BROWN 
CALYPSO 
CENTER 
CLINTON FIRST 



Mr Mark Best 
Mr Franklin Lindsay 
Mr Johnny Parker 
Mr Bobby H Lamb 
Mr Kenneth Batchelor 
Rev Farrell H Miller Sr 
Mr Roberto Funes 
Johnny Thompson 
Mr Sandy Jackson 
Tony Rackley 
Mr David Sinclair 
Mr Coy Carter 
Donald Pope 
Mr Richard Weeks 
MrRayboume Batchelor 
Mr Sam Reding 
Mr Joe Price 
Mr Dwight Hudson Jr 
Mr Rickey Andrasko 
Mr Harry Hoover 



(919) 658-3327 
(910)564-4091 
(910) 592-6597 
(910)529-5961 
(910) 285-4404 
(910)293-4980 
(910)596-0078 
(910)592-3868 
(919)756-7858 
(910) 590-3313 
(910)533-3944 
(910)285-5002 
(910) 592-3437 
(910)590-2502 
(910) 285-2587 
(910)298-4701 
(910)532-4116 
(910) 592-7853 
(910) 592-1430 
(910)532-4336 



147 Willie Best Road 
Mt Olive NC 28365 
2560 Five Bridge Rd. 
Clinton NC 28328 
4182 Roseboro Highway 
Clinton NC 28328 
931 Lisbon Bridge Road 
Garland NC 28441 
209 Garland King Road 
Teachey NC 28458 
477 Johnson Church Road 
Warsaw NC 28398 
PO Box 837 
Clinton NC 28329-0837 
5070 Union School Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
1909 Palm St. 
Goldsboro NC 27530 
631 Carter Town Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
6628 Faison Hwy 
Faison NC 29341 
668 Rivenbark Town Rd. 
Wallace NC 28466 
Box 411 

Clinton NC 28328 
1360 Boney Mill Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
200 Norwood Blanchard Rd 
Chinquapin NC 28521 
1193 NC111 Hwy South 
Chinquapin NC 28521 
1258 Wilmington Hwy 
Harrells NC 28444 
706 Walking Stick Trail 
Clinton NC 28393 
8811 Garland Hwy 
Clinton NC 28328 
340 Wilmington Hwy 
Harrells NC 28444 



EASTERN 

WMU Director 



Mrs Kaye Taylor 

Beverly Hatch 

Mrs Pinda Byrd 

Letha Deal 

Mrs Judy Cartrette 

MrsLucill Koszulinski 

Mrs Linda Mott 

Mrs Donna Landes 
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(919)658-5364 
(919) 658-3595 
(910) 533-3232 
(910)298-3935 
(919) 590-2025 
(919)658-5132 
(910) 532-4562 
(910) 592-7947 



4063 NC111 N 
AlbertsonNC 28508 
1173 NCHwy403W 
Mt Olive NC 28365 
592 Lake Artesia Rd. 
Turkey NC 28393 
430 Edwards Road 
BeulavilleNC 28518 
320 Old Drag Strip Rd. 
Clinton NC 28328 
438 Albritton Road 
Mt Olive NC 28365 
1750 Belvin Maynard Rd. 
Harrells NC 28444 
PO Box 1053 
Clinton NC 28329-1053 



CONCORD 
CORINTH 
DOBSON CHAPEL 
EVERGREEN 
FAISON 
GARLAND 
GARNER'S CHAPEL 
GROVE PARK 
HICKORY GROVE 
IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 
ISLAND CREEK 

JOHNSON 

KENANSVILLE 

MAGNOLIA 

MISION BAUTUSTA MARA 

MISION MONTE OLIVO 

MOUNT GILEAD 

MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 

MOUNT VERNON 

NEW HOPE 

PINEY GROVE 

POPLAR GROVE 

POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SERENITY 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SILOAM 



MRS JESSIE R LANIER 
Mrs Linda Porter 
Mrs Danielle Sheffield 
Mrs Daisy J Chestnutt 
Mrs Mollie Foss 
Mrs Judy Harrell 
Mrs Rosanne Jones 
Mrs Jeanne Pope 
Mrs Carroll Armstrong 
Mrs Patricia Parker 
Mrs Kelly Wood 
Mrs Kathaleen Caldwell 
Mrs Minnie Haggerty 
Mrs Bobbie Pigford 
Mrs Diana Kissner 
Mrs Maria Resendiz 
Aura Marruquir 
MrsTwyla Pooler 
Mrs Violet Goodson 
Janice Wilson 
Mrs Jane Smith 
Mrs Ola Daughtry 
Mrs Meredith Spencer 
Julia Heustess 
Mrs Mary E Wells 
Emma A Chambers 
Mrs Tammy Weeks 
Mrs Shirley Denton 
Ms Darlene P Mobley 

Mrs Betty Sanderson 
19 



(910)289-3784 
(910)289-3602 
(910)296-0613 
(910) 532-4632 
(910) 267-5091 
(910) 529-1237 
(919) 658-4589 
(910) 592-3740 
(910)564-2495 
(910) 592-6597 
(910)529-4181 
(910)285-4537 
(910)293-2232 
(910)296-1332 
(910) 289-3036 
(910)590-2672 

(910)592-3868 
(919) 658-3916 
(910)533-3596 
(910)533-3160 
(910) 533-3245 
(910)267-3211 
(910) 285-5739 
(910) 289-2691 
(910)592-2373 
(910)590-2505 
(910) 285-3484 
(910) 285-4660 
(910) 532-4211 



204 HALLS POND ROAD 
ROSE HILL NC 28458 
309 Williams-Taylor Creek 
Teachey NC* 28464 
1537 S. NC 50 
Magnolia NC 28453 
199 E Magnolia Lisbon Roa 
Magnolia NC 28453 
11920 Suttontown Rd. 
Faison NC 28341 
15890 Garland Highway 
Garland NC 28441 
678 Jim Best Road 
Mt Olive NC 28365 
904 Raleigh Rd. 
Clinton NC 2832 
11455 US 421 N 
Clinton NC 28328 
4182 Roseboro Highway 
Clinton NC 28328 
1561 Old USHwy701 
Clinton NC 28328 
PO Box 293 
Wallace NC 28466 
Lanefield Road 
Warsaw NC 28398 
PO Box 184 
Kenansville NC 28349-01 C 

116 W Main Street 
Magnolia NC 28453 
P. O. Box 837 
Clinton NC 28329 
P. O. Box 10783 
Goldsboro NC 27532 

117 Cricket Lane 
Clinton NC 28328 
510 W.Steele St. 
Mt. Olive NC 28365 
4671 Faison Hwy 
Clinton NC 28328 
1421 Needmore Rd. 
Turkey NC 28393 
617 S McCullen Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
843 Spencer Road 
Faison NC 28341 
403 E. Cavenaugh Rd. 
Wallace NC 28466 
PO Box 66 

Rose Hill NC 28458 
1982 Rowan Road 
Clinton NQ 28328 
1360 Boney Mill Rd. 
Clinton NC 28328 
1449 Durwood Evans Road 
BeulavilleNC 29518 
3299 Fouintaintown Rd. 
Chinquapin NC 28521 
PO Box 110 
HarrellsNC 28444 



TEACHEY MrsWillard Fussell (910)285-3180 PO Box 1 

Teachey NC 28464 

; TURKEY Mrs Helen Register (910)533-3845 1935 Wilmington Rd. 

Turkey NC 28393 

! UNION GROVE Mrs Brenda Saunders (910) 592-3557 2501 Ezzell Road 

Clinton NC 28328 

i WARSAW Mrs Connie Matthis (910)296-1726 254 N Country Club Road 

Kenansville NC 28349 

! WELLS CHAPEL Mrs Eunice E Newkirk (910)532-4229 8530 Willard Road 

Willard NC 28478 

| WHITE OAK Mrs Sharon Boone (910)564-2208 1298 Boone Rd. 

Clinton NC 28328 



EASTERN 

Church Clerk 



ALUM SPRINGS 

BEAR MARSH 

BEULAH 

BEULAVILLE 

BROWN 

CALVARY 

CALYPSO 

CENTER 

CLINTON FIRST 

CLINTON FIRST 

CONCORD 

CORINTH 

DOBSON CHAPEL 

EVERGREEN 

FAISON 

GARLAND 

GARNER'S CHAPEL 

GROVE PARK 

/ 

IMMANUEL 
INGOLD 



Marie K Harper 
Doris K Holland 
MrsPinda Byrd 
Mrs Azaline K Kennedy 
Mrs Sharon S Can- 
Peggy Hardison 
Mrs Robin Brown 
Mrs Leona B Croom 
Mrs Sue Miller 
Mrs Martha Pierce 
MRS SANDRA W BOONE 
Ms Betty B O'Donnell 
Mrs Anna B Harrell 
Mrs Annie H Daniels 
Ladeane Little 
Mrs Sandra B Norris 
Annie Albertson 
Mrs Glenda Todd 
Mrs Ann Thigpen 
Mrs Sara W Pope 
20 



(919) 658-3614 
(919)658-4793 
(910)533-3232 
(910)298-3756 
(910)564-6584 
(910)293-7887 
(919) 658-6172 
(910) 532-4460 
(910)592-5885 
(910) 592-6967 
(910)289-3434 
(910) 532-2498 
(910)289-3822 
(910)532-2127 
(910)267-1230 
(910)529-5371 
(919)658-5291 
(910)592-3441 
(910) 592-5768 
(910) 529-4838 



1503 White Flash Road 

Mt Olive NC 28365 

314 W Station Street 

Mt Olive NC 28365 

592 Lake Artesia Rd. 

Turkey NC 28393 

P. O. Box 176 

BeulavilleNC 28518 

4423 Keener Road 

Clinton NC 28328 

920 N Pine Street 

IWarsawNC 29398 

PO Box 139 

Calypso NC 28325 

10305 Harrells Highway 

Garland NC 28441 

305 Fox Lake Drive 

Clinton NC 28328 

95 Denton Avenue 

Clinton NC 28328 

2265 CORNWALLIS ROAD 

ROSE HILL NC 28458 

P. O. Box 63 

Ivanhoe NC 28447 

2219 SNC 50 

Rose Hill NC 28458 

10980 Taylors Bridge Highway 

Rose Hill NC 28458 

214 N Faison Avenue 

Faison NC 28341 

PO Box 552 

Garland NC 28441 

322 Smith Chapel Rd. 

Mt Olive NC 28365 

110 Taylors Bridge Rd. 

Clinton NC 28328 

108 Shields Street 

Clinton NC 28328 

453 Ozzie Road 

Clinton NC 28328 



EASTERN 

Church Clerk 



ISLAND CREEK 
JOHNSON 
KENANSVILLE 
MAGNOLIA 

MISION MONTE OLIVO 
MOUNT GiLEAD 
MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 
MOUNT VERNON 
NEW HOPE 
PEACE 

PINEY GROVE 

POPLAR GROVE 

POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SERENITY 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SILOAM 

TEACHEY 

TURKEY 

UNION GROVE 

WARSAW 

WELLS CHAPEL 

WHITE OAK 



MrsKathaleen Caldwell 
Mrs Carol Miller 
Mrs Edna Earle Brinson 
Mrs Diana Kissner 
Ms Lollie Range! 
Brenda S Matthis 
DrT E Shaver 
Kay Pope 
Mrs Sherry G Hines 
Mrs Kathy Hardison 
Mrs Eloise Clifton 
Mrs Ann Milter 
Glenda Brinson 
Mr Greg W Salmon 
Judith P Stallings 
Peggy Rose 
Mrs Madeline Norris 
Mrs Cathy J Jarosewicz 
Mrs Lela M Harrell 
Mrs Mary V Jenkins 

Mrs Mary P King 

MrsPatt Fryar 

Mrs Peggy Grice 

Mrs Joan W Ivey 

Mrs Ann Spell 



(910)285-4537 
(910)293-4980 
(910)296-1519 
(910) 289-3036 
(919) 658-8292 
(910) 592-1660 
(919) 658-3892 
(910)533-3278 
(910) 533-3417 
(919)658-5394 
(910)592-6918 
(910)533-3342 
(910)285-7109 
(910)285-7200 
(910)592-1593 
(910) 592-2454 
(910)285-4281 
(910)285-3877 
(910) 532-4383 
(910) 285-3821 
(910) 592-8881 
(910)592-4864 
(910) 293-4236 
(910)285-4708 
(910)592-8998 



PO Box 293 
Wallace NC 28466 
477 Johnson Church Road 
Warsaw NC 28398 
PO Box 8 
Kenansville NC 28349-00C 
116 W Main Street 
Magnolia NC 28453 
627 Whitfield Road 
Mount Olive NC 28365 
4988 Taylors Bridge Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
PO Box 986 
Mt Olive NC 28365 
488 Beaver Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
4970 New Hope Church Ro 
Turkey NC 28393 
PO Box 436 
Calypso NC 28325 
1411 Giddensville Road 
Faison NC 28341 
8924 Faison Hwy 
Faison NC 28341 
521 Forest Lane 
Wallace NC 28466 
PO Box 789 
Wallace NC 28466 
370 Lisbon Bridge Rd. 
Clinton NC 28328 
1279 Boney Mill Rd. 
Clinton NC 28328 
1 34 Firehouse Road 
Chinquapin NC 28521 
809 Cypress Creek Road 
Wallace NC 28466 
3590 Tomahawk Hwy 
Harrells NC 28444 
176 Page Street 
Teachey NC 28464 
5630 Hobbton Hwy 
Clinton NC 28328 
50 Boney Mill Road 
Clinton NC 28328 
209 E. College St. 
Warsaw NC 18398 
115 Sunset Street 
Wallace NC 28466 
106 Deer Track Dr. 
Clingon NC 28328 



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EASTERN 

Minister of Music 



ALUM SPRINGS 

BEAR MARSH 

BEULAVILLE 

BROWN 

CALYPSO 

CENTER 

CLINTON FIRST 

CONCORD 

CORINTH 

DOBSON CHAPEL 

EVERGREEN 

GARLAND 

GARNER'S CHAPEL 

GROVE PARK 

HICKORY GROVE 

IMMANUEL 

ISLAND CREEK 

KENANSVILLE 

MAGNOLIA 

MISION BAUTUSTA MARA 
MOUNT GILEAD 
MOUNT VERNON 
PEACE 

PINEY GROVE 

POSTON 

ROSE HILL 

ROWAN 

SERENITY 

SHARON 



Ms Diana Herring 

Ann Byrd 

Peggy Thomas 

Mrs Lua C Turner 

Mrs Pam Riggle 

Mrs Joyce Hudson 

Rev Jean B Hatch 

MRS SANDRA W BOONE 

Mrs Vickie Baker 

Mrs Janet Register 

Mrs Diana Godwin 

Mr Gene Hart 

Ms Ann Whitfield 

Mr Scott Bullard 

Mrs Cindy Ballance 

Mrs Nancy J Overton 

Mr Johnny Norris 

Mrs Barbara Vestal 

Mrs Rita Brown 

MrRemigio Resendiz 

Karen B Driskill 

Leah Heath 

Mrs Becky Kriger 

Mrs Ruth King 

Dulan Murray 

Mrs Linda Murphy 

Rev Gregory Day 

Mrs Rose Strickland 

Mrs Betty Brant 

22 



(919)658-2893 
(919)658-3987 
(910) 298-3877 
(910)592-7156 
(919) 658-5693 
(910)532-4566 
(910) 592-6215 
(910) 289-3434 
(910) 289-3911 
(910)289-3367 
(910) 289-9294 
(910) 529-4311 
(919) 658-3313 
(910)590-3252 
(910) 567-6986 
(910) 592-3360 
(910)289-3210 
(P" 1 "* 296-2035 
(910) 289-2416 
(910) 596-0078 
(910) 592-8691 
(910)533-2019 
(919)658-6296 
(910) 564-6697 
(910) 285-2855 
(910) 289-2970 
(910) 592-7268 
(910) 564-6303 
(910) 285-3044 



2190 Tram Road 

Mt Olive NC 28365 

1 568 Beautancas Rd. 

Mt. Olive NC 28365 

PO Box 35 

BeulavilleNC 28518 

206 Kimbrough Road 

Clinton NC 28328 

1030 Dill Street 

Mt Olive NC 28365 

1621 Belvin Maynard Rd. 

Harrells NC 28444 

31 1 Fairfax Street 

Clinton NC 28328 

2265 CORNWALLIS ROAD 

ROSE HILL NC 28458 

600 Corinth Church Road 

Teachey NC 28464 

221 Stockinghead Road 

Rose Hill NC 28458 

PO Box 221 

Rose Hill NC 28458 

PO Box 187 

Garland NC 28441 

755 Whitfield Road 

Mt Olive NC 28365 

605 North East Blvd. 

Clinton NC 28328 

138543 S pivey's Comer Hwy. 

Newton Grove NC 

PO Box 1694 

Clinton NC 28329 

284 Island Creek Road 

Rose Hill NC 28458 

PO Box 235 

Kenansville NC 28349-0235 

2231 S US 117 Hwy 

Magnolia NC 28453 

PO Box 837 

Clinton NC 28329-0837 

167 W Mount Gilead Church Rd. 

Clinton NC 28328 

4803 Faison Hwy 

Clinton NC 28328 

162 Emmett Davis Road 

Mt Olive NC 28365 

1248 East Darden Road 

Faison NC 28341 

217 First Street 

Wallace NC 28466 

PO Box 280 

Rose Hill NC 28458 

132 Reedsford Road 

Clinton NC 28328 

3327 N US 421 Hwy 

Clinton NC 28328 

2824 S NC 41 & 50 Hwy 

Chinquapin NC 29521 



EASTERN 

Minister of Music 



TURKEY Mrs Mae P Pinyatello (910) 533-3293 351 Thomson Avenue 

Turkey NC 28393 

WARSAW Rev Michael K Edwards (910)293-4236 209 E. College St. 

Warsaw NC 28398 

WELLS CHAPEL Mrs Geraldine F Johnson (910) 532-4573 PO Box 146 

Harrells NC 28444 

WHITE OAK Miss Carrie Rose (919)658-9440 104WootenSt. 

Mt. Olive NC 28365 



Standing Committees 



STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE 

EBA Treasurer (Gary Rouse) 113 Vista Dr., Clinton, NC (W) 910-592-8171 

FBC Clinton (H) 910-592-5287 

2000 Kenneth Powell PO Box 441, Calypso, NC (H) 919-658-8073: 
Peace 

2000 Timothy Register, Chr. 833 Tomahawk Hwy., Harrells, NC (C) 910-532-4077: 

Siloam (H) 910-532-444^ 

2000 Charles Edwin Pope 904 Raleigh Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-374C; 
Grove Park 

2001 Frankie Baldwin 2530 Old Warsaw Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-6753 
Rowan 

2001 Kenneth Honeycutt 880 Bass lake Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-564-6882 
White oak 

2001 Marie Carter 668 Rivenbark Town Rd., Wallace, NC (H) 910-285-5002 
Poston 

2002 Brinson Vestal PO Box 810, Kenansville, NC (W) 910-296-1140 
Kenansville (H) 91 0-296-0603 

2002 Bobby Hunter PO Box 394 Beulaville, NC (C) 910-298-3434; 

Beulaville (H) 910-298-4060; 

2000 Judy Naylor 1590 Ozzie Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-5234 

Serenity 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

2000 Lucille Yancey, Chr. 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-3080 
Rowan 

2000 Kevin Purcell 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Rose Hill, NC. (C) 910-532-4757 
Evergreen (H) 910-532-2822 

2001 Allen Overton PO Box 1694, Clinton, NC (C) 910-592-3854 
Immanuel (H) 910-592-3360 

2001 Helen Register 1935 Wilmington Rd, Turkey, NC (H) 910-533-3845 
Turkey 

2002 Mark Best 147 Willie Best Rd., Mt. Olive, NC (H) 919-658-3327 
Garner's Chapel 

2002 Danny Johnson 5275 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey, NC (C) 910-532-2118 

Center (H) 910-533-2685 



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EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 



2000 


Kenneth Benton, Chr. 3513 Faison Hwy., Clinton, NC (C) 910-533-3164 




Mt. Vernon 


(H) 910-533-3099 


2000 


J. Elwood Oliver 


P.O. Box 549, Pink Hill, NC (C) 919-658-2787 




Alum Springs 


(H) 919-658-3541 


2001 


Graham Elmore 


307 E. Pollock St., Warsaw, NC (W) 910-293-4040 




Warsaw 


(H) 910-293-3939 


2001 


Gene Nethercutt 1 144 S. Dobson Chapel Rd., Magnolia, NC (H) 91 0-296-0635 




Dobson Chapel 




2002 


Alan Holmes 


767 Corinth Church Rd. Rose Hill, NC (C) 910-289-4787 




Corinth 


(H) 910-289-3928 


2002 


Vicente Rangel 


P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive, NC (C) 919-658-0226 




Monte Olivo 


(H) 919 658-6293 


ELWYN MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE 


2000 


Mike Shook 


609 NE Blvd., Clinton, NC (C) 910-592-3937 




Grove Park 


(H) 910-564-2794 


2001 


Larry Price, Chr. 


290 Horsepen Lane, Rose Hill, NC (H) 910-289-3837 




Rose Hill 




2002 


Johnny Armstrong 


11455 US 421 N., Clinton, NC (C) 910-564-2591 




Hickory Grove 


(H) 910-564-2495 


PROGRAM COMMITTEE 




2000 


Scott Frady 


PO Box 248, Calypso, NC (C) 919-658-5223 




Calypso 


(H) 919-658-5223 


2001 


Jimmy Creech 


4121 S. NC 11, Wallace, NC. (C) 910-285-2439 




Poston 


(H) 910-285-2476 


2002 


Tyanna Day 


701 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-7268 




Rowan 




ORDINATION COMMITTEE 


2000 


Tim Gore, Chr. 


110 Wade St., Warsaw, NC (C) 910-293-7458 




Calvary 


(H) 910-293-7458 


2000 


Bob Cornwell 


PO Box 158, Teachey, NC (H) 910-285-2788 




Teachey 




2001 


Ray Smith 


7310 Howard Rd., Autryville, NC (C) 910-533-3417 




New Hope 


(H) 910-567-6230 


2001 


Floyd Sutton 


607 Trinity Church Rd., Magnolia, NC (H) 910-532-4905 




Evergreen 




2002 


Greg Day 


701 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (C) 910-592-7508 




Rowan 


(H) 910-592-7268 


2002 


Pedro Bueno 


2941 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (C) 910-596-0078 




Maranatha 


(H) 910-590-3390 


CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE 


2000 


Farrell Miller, Chr. 


477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw, NC (C) 910-293-4757 




Johnson 


(H) 910-293-4980 


2001 


Ed Rouse 


303 E. Hill St. Warsaw, NC (C) 919-658-8004 




Peace 


910-293-2127 



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MEDIA LIBRARY COMMITTEE 

2000 Betsy McCullen 3002 Warsaw Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-8745 
FBC Clinton 

2001 Virginia Byrd 660 Lake Artesia Rd., Turkey, NC (H) 910-533-3796 
Bear Marsh 

2001 Jewel Best PO Box 233, Calypso, NC (H) 919-658-4712 
FBC Mt. Olive 

MINISTERS ORIENTATION COMMITTEE 

2001 Paul Rose, Chr. 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mt. Olive, NC (C) 910-267-5301 
Faison (H) 919-658-4600 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

2000 Steve Porter, Chr. 125 Heath St., Clinton, NC (C) 910-592-8124 
FBC, Clinton (H) 910-592-9372 

2001 Odell Peterson 952 Boney Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-7000 
Union Grove 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

2001 Larry Blount, Chr. PO Box 96, Magnolia, NC (C)91 0-289-221 7 

Magnolia (H) 910-289-2275 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE 

2001 Millard Bounds 2609 Emmaus Church Rd., Dudley, NC (H) 919-658-5479 

FBC Mt. Olive 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

2000 Lewis M. Pate, Jr 102 Meredith St., Mt. Olive, NC (H) 919-658-6170 
FBC Mt. Olive 

2001 Hubert Merritt 217 Elm St., Warsaw, NC (H) 910-293-4872 
Warsaw 



MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 



Mission Ministries Director 
Phillip Shuford, 104 Stewart Ave., Clinton 28328 
(O) 910-293-7077 - FAX 910-293-7084 - (H) 910-592-0405 

MISSION DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

Director 

Brotherhood Representative . . H.L. Sanderson, 1451 NC Hwy. 11 S., Magnolia, NC 

(H) 910-289-4374 

WMU Representative Helen Register, 1925 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 

(H) 910-533-3845 

I. DEAF MINISTRIES 

2000 Jackie Pope 258 Beaver Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-533-3454 

2001 Clessie Worley, Chr 1238 NC Hwy. 41, NC (H) 910-285-9090 

2002 



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II. LITERACY COMMITTEE 

2000 Bobby Ashford 1530 Old US 701 Hwy., Garland, NC (H) 529-1560 

§2001 

1 2002 

III. MENTALLY HANDICAPPED MINISTRIES 

2000 Pat Brown, Chr 1226 Beulah Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-3457 

2001 Dallas Gore . . 587 Carlton Chapel Church Rd., Warsaw, NC (H) 910-293-7879 
2002 

IV. LANGUAGE MISSIONS MINISTRIES 

Pedro Bueno, Maranatha ... 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-590-3390 
Vicente Rangel, Monte Olivo . . 627 Whitfield Rd., Mt. Olive, NC (H) 919-658-8292 

Pedro Almendariz 720 W. College St., Warsaw, NC. (H) 910-293-9361 

Emanuel 

2000 

2000 

2001 Remigio Resenda 1450 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-590-2672 

2001 

2002 

2002 

V. SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

2000 Dan Sellers, Chr . 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy., Chinquapin, NC (H) 910-285-2431 

2000 Bersha Lewis 604 Steale St., Mt. Olive, NC (H) 919-658-9507 

2001 Donna Landes 2851 Garland Hwy., Clinton, NC. (H) 910-592-7947 

2001 Mildred Mathis . 838 N. NC 1 1 & 903 Hwy., Kenansville, NC (H) 910-296-0760 

2002 

2002 

VI. VOLUNTEER CHAPLAINCY MINISTRIES 

2000 

2001 

2002 

VII. CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

2000 Joanne Overton, Chr P. O. Box 1694, Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-3360 

2001 Bob Miller, Jr 5216 E. NC 24 Hwy., Beulaville, NC (H) 910-298-3091 

2002 

VII. INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRIES 

2000 Wayne Caviness P.O Box 367, Garland, NC (H) 910-529-5201 

2001 Gene Lakey PO Box 874, Kenansville, NC (H) 910-296-0723 

2002 

IX. CHURCH EXTENSION MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

2000 Greg Day, Chr 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-7268 

2000 

2001 Scott Frady P.O. Box 248, Calypso, NC (H) 919-658-5223 

2002 

2002 

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X RESORT / LEISURE MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

2000 Jean Hatch P.O. Box 837, Clinton, NC (H) (910) 592-6215 

2001 Dean Wood 1579 Old US Hwy. 701, Clinton, NC (H) 910-529-4181 

2001 Chris Ward . . 632 Carlton Chapel Church Rd., Warsaw, NC (H) 910-293-3965 

2002 

2002 

XI. MEDICAL / DENTAL VAN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

2000 Tom Shaver P. O. Box 486, Mt. Olive, NC (H) 919-658-3807 

2001 Becky Kriger Mt. Olive, NC (H) 919-658-6926 

2001 

2002 

2002 

XII. MULTIHOUSING MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 



2000 H.J Register 1925 Wilmington Rd., Turkey (H) 910-533-3845 

2000 Tina Johnson 5315 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey, NC (H) 910-533-3303 

2001 Ronald Ginn 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill, NC (H) 910-289-2606 

2001 

2002 

2002 





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EASTERN 

Messengers to Association 



ALUM SPRINGS 

George Abernathy 

Virginia Abernathy 
Larry Harper 
Marie K Harper 
Ruth Outlaw 

BEAR MARSH 

Ann D Byrd 

Stanley Byrd 
Elbert Davis 
James Tyndall 
Jean B Tyndall 

BEULAH 

Lonnie Cook 

Adell Creech 
Helen C Massey 

BEULAVILLE 

F. H. Danley 

Bobby Hunter 
Martha W Jones 
Peanie Price 
Willard Price 
Virginia Quinn 

BROWN 

Jim Corbett 

Elbert Dudley 
Steve Hulen 
Frank Turner 
CALYPSO 



Thomas Albritton 
James R Baker 
Scott Frady 

CENTER 

Danny Johnson 

Linda Mott 

CLINTON FIRST 

Rev Jean B Hatch 

Jerry Hatch 
Donna Landes 
Edith F Lee 

Margaret H Underwood 

CONCORD 

Gary Bell 

Jimmy Johnson 
Bill Usher 

CORINTH 

Allen Holmes 

Bo Jones 
Thelma Jones 
Grace Knowles 
Sean C Knowles 
Betty O'Donnell 

DOBSON CHAPEL 

Millie Bland 

Julia Brock 
Betty Brown 
Arnold Gosnell 
Eugene Nethercutt 



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EASTERN 

Messengers to Association 



H. L Sanderson 
Virginia Sanderson 

EVERGREEN 

Madison Lane 

Kevin A Purcell 
Berniece Rhodes 
Martez Whitfield 

FAISON 

Helen Britt 

Norma Byrd 
Evelyn Jernigan 
Lillie Jernigan 
Ladeane Little 
Betty Rose 
Paul Rose 

GARLAND 

Nary S Carter 

Wayne Caviness 
Gene Hart 
Myrtis D Rich 
Pittman Rich 
Mary A Rilly 

GROVE PARK 

Alma E Parson 

James H Parson 
Dr John H Smith 
James Wells 
Lara Wells 
Eddie Wetherington 



Muriel Wetherington 

IMMANUEL 

John T Brown 

Madelle Ellis 
Peggy Mattocks 
Allen Overton 
Joanne Overton 
Tim Rose 

INGOLD 

Edith Blackburn 

Dean Wood 
Kelly Wood 

ISLAND CREEK 

Millard F Bounds 

Shirley Bradshaw 
Doris Brown 
Sylvia Ginn 
Ronald Guinn 
Juanita W Whaley 

JOHNSON 

Ellen Bell 

Betty J Curtin 
James D Curtin 
KENANSVILLE 




Margaret Oakley 
Bobbie Pigford 
Tony Pigford 
Janet B Stover 



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EASTERN 

Messengers to Association 



Roy Vestal 
Susan Vestal 

MAGNOLIA 

Susan B Joyner 

Inez Rouse 

MISION BAUTUSTA MARA 

Amarilis Bueno 

Pedro Bueno 

MOUNT GILEAD 

Joyce Ballance 

Lonnie Bass 
Faye Gay 
Larry King 
Nellie G Rackley 

MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 

Chris Amon 

Emma Goodson 
Kenneth Goodson 
Don Gordon 
Lorelle Martin 
James Sanderson 
Virginia L Sanderson 

MOUNT VERNON 

Jackie Pope 

Tate Pope 

PEACE 

Ken Powell 

Ed Rouse 

Kent Southerland 



PINEY GROVE 

Mildred Anders 

Doris Bass 
Victor Bell 
Eloise L Clifton 
Billie S King 
Joel Story 
Teresa Story 

POPLAR GROVE 

Douglas Blackmon 

Wilbert Massey 
Kenneth Smith 

POSTON 

Madge Boney 

Jimmy W Creech 
Trip Foltz 
Annette Henderson 
Alene Moore 
Martha Teachey 

ROSE HILL 

Dean Beck 

ROWAN 

Frankie Baldwin 

Gloria Baldwin 
Greg Day 
Donald Pope 
Lillian Pope 
Leonard Yancey 
SHARON 



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EASTERN 

Messengers to Association 



Norma Batchelor 
Raybourne Batchelor 
Doris Hatcher 
Margaret Huffman 
T. G. Huffman 
Madeline Norris 

SHiLOH 

Mary Lee Raynor 

Rifton Raynor 
Dan Sellers 
Faye Sellers 

SILOAM 

Tim Register 

Betty M Sanderson 

TEACHEY 

Bob Comwell 

Elwood Fussell 
Rhonda Lucas 
Katie Wells 

TURKEY 

Minnie Andrews 

Alene Pope 
H. J. Register 
Helen Register 

UNION GROVE 

Patt Fryar 

Peggy Fryar 
Odell Peterson 
WARSAW 



Dot Britt 
W. G. Britt 
Ben Cooper 
Carolyn Drew 
Michael Edwards 
Louis Hill 

Mary Esther Powell 
Dot Rollins 

WELLS CHAPEL 

Hildred Dixon 

Florence Hoover 
Harry Hoover 
Eunice E Newkirk 

WHITE OAK 

Davis Benton 

Jeanette Benton 
Mary Alice Boney 
Ann Spell 




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PROCEEDINGS 

1 72nd Annual Session 
EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
DISCOVER THE ADVENTURE 
FIRST DAY - October 25, 1999 - Faison Baptist Church 

1. Registration and Dinner 

2. Call to order by Moderator Bert Alabaster 

3. Messengers and visitors sang "Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee. 

4. Paul Rose, host pastor, welcomed messengers and led in prayer. 

5. Robert and Delores Bailey, the new Director of Missions and wife were introduced. 

6. Jimmy Creech gave the Program Committee Report, made a motion to adopt the 
report, which was seconded. The motion carried. 

7. Lucille Yancey gave the Registration Report - 131 Messengers, 28 Alternates, and 
six visitors. She made a motion that these and other registered messengers constitute 
a quorum and to proceed with the business of the Association. The motion was 
seconded and carried. 

8. The Moderator shared a word for Messengers, noting those eligible to vote. 

9. Presentation of 1999 Book of Reports - Jo Neal Robinson 

10. Presentation of 2000 Budget proposal - Jimmy Johnson 

11. Nomination Committee Report - Allen Overton moved the adoption of the report 
which was adopted. 

12. Missions Ministry Report - Phillip Shuford 

13. Director of Missions Report - Bob Bailey. 

Emphasis was noted on Flood Disaster Relief and Missions Evangelism. Dan Sellers 
and Jimmy Creech shared their roles in disaster relief. 

The Moderator requested Ed Rouse led in prayer for those involved in disaster relief. 

14. H. L. Sanderson thanked those volunteering in helping flood victims. 

15. Messengers and visitors sang "Count Your Blessings." 

16. Kenneth Smith gave the Offeratory Prayer. 

17. Offering. (A later report noted offering of $ 465.29.) 

18. The Warsaw Choir presented special Proclamation Music. 

19. Allen Overton read II Chronicles 7: 1-10 and led in prayer. 

20. Annual Sermon - "If My People" - Bobby Hunter. 

Verse 14 is the answer ot how to fix our nation. We cannot continue to dismiss God 
from our civilization and expect things to work right. Freedom from God brings dire 
consequences. Believers are the ones who are supposed to know where to turn for help. 

God wants from us: Prayer, humility, intense attitude, and repentance. 

God will hear, forgive sin, and heal the land. 

Too often the church is like Jonah, self-centered. God can change the environment of 
our lives. 



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21. Hymn of Testimony - "I Know Whom I Have Believed." 

22. Benediction - Scott Frady 

(Clerk's note: First day registration : from 37 churches, 147 messengers, 26 visitors, 
4 EBA Staff, and 2 Missionaries-in-residence, for a total of 179 registered attendance.) 

SECOND DAY - October 26, 1999 - Garland Baptist Church 

1 . Registration and supper 

2. Call to order by Moderator Bert Alabaster 

3. Messengers and visitors sang "I Stand Amazed." 

4. Wayne Caviness, host pastor, welcomed messengers and visitors. 

5. Registration report -■ Lucille Yancey. 120 messengers, 18 alternates, and 7 visitors. A 
motion was made and seconded that these messengers and alternates constitute a 
quorum. The motion passed. 

6. Jimmy Johnson moved the adoption of the 2000 Budget. The motion carried. 

7. Bert Alabaster and Jimmy Johnson presented the Memorials Committee Report. 

8. Miscellaneous Business: 

(a) James Tyndall made a motion to change the recipient of the Monday and Tuesday 
offerings from the North Carolina Baptist Alaskan Partnership to the EBA 
Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund, the motion was seconded, discussed, and passed. 

(b) Dan Sellers shared an experience with a man in distress, who received Christ as 
Savior. 

(c) The Moderator recognized our Missionaries-in-residence, Robert and Linda 
Plummer. 

9. Offeratory humn - "Blessed Assurance" 

10. Offeratory prayer - Frank Turner 

11. Offering 

12. Moderator's statement - Bert Alabaster 

He shared experiences of being Vice-Moderator and then Moderator. He expressed 
thanks to several persons. He encouraged support for the Association and the new 
Director of Missions, Bob Bailey. 

13. Church Program Ministries Reports 

(a) Brotherhood - H. L Sanderson 

(b) WMU - Donna Landes 

(c) Sunday School - Gene Lakey 

14. Recognition of new pastors and staff - Bob Bailey 
Arnold Gosnell - Pastor, Dobson Chapel 

Carlisle Franks - Intentional Interim Pastor, Garner's Chapel 
Bob Cornwell - Pastor, Teachey 
Danny Johnson - Pastor, Center 

Bob Bailey expressed appreciation for Phillip Shuford and Jo Neal Robinson for their 
assistance on his entering the Association. 

15. Danny Johnson, Pastor of Center 

Thanks were expressed for assistance provided following damage to the building by 



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Hurricane Floyd. Experiences were shared as the people faced the reality of what was 
ahead. Several churches are providing assistance in cleanup and rebuilding. 

16. State Convention Support for the Association - Bobby Stafford 

The first Association formed in England, 1615, joined together to provide mutual 
assistance for whatever needs they had. His office is responsible for Association^ 
Development. He shared an experience of a carnival worker at the State Fair and his 
appreciation for someone sharing Christ with him. An Association is a group of 
people partnering together in order to help each other be the best they can be with 
what God had given them opportunity to do. 

17. "Views" - Director of Missons, Bob Bailey 

Baptists are a grass roots kind of people. Baptists trust one another with the 
Word of God. We come together equal before our Lord as witnesses to our Lord 
Jesus Christ. Association Missions is a way of us cooperating to look for ways we 
can give glory to Jesus Christ. Together we can make this Word come alive in the 
lives of people who live next door to us. My task is to help you see even better the 
resources and strengths God has given you. God has given us the strengths and 
resources to meet the challenge before us. I see so much opportunity, so much 
potential for the people gathered who are the Eastern Baptist Association. God is 
going to help us see the challenges before us. We are going to read God's Word 
together, we are going to worship together and God is going to bless us. That is my 
view of the Eastern Baptist Association. 

18. Introuduction of speaker - Bob Bailey 

19. Proclamation - James Royston 

"Commitment to Leading the Adventure" 
Probably three quarters of a million meals have been served during hurricane 
relief Gifts have been received from out-of-state chaurches to help those in need. 
Through disaster and need, churches have learned the value of giving. When we come 
together to do Kingdom Work, the only thing that matters is Kingdom Work. 

Paul urged the Philippian church to be about Kingdom Work even when he wasn't 
looking. Live your life in a growing faith. Do ministry because you have a faith, 
living out salvation, doing it because you are being observed. Do it with fear and 
trembling, with a holy reverence for God. Fear and trembling is who we pay attention 
to, who we respect, who we listen to. It is time for us to come together to make a 
difference as pure lives. Let us follow through on the human and spiritual stage of life. 

20. Installation of Officers - James Royston 

21. Jimmy Johnson reported the offering tonight was $ 573.20. 

22. Benediction - Dean Wood 

(Clerk's note: Second day registration: From 36 churches, 116 Messengers, 26 
visitors, 4 EBA staff, 2 Missionaries-in-residence, and 1 BSC, for a total registration of 
149.) 

Final registration report, deleting duplications: From 40 churches, 184 Messengers, 
49 Visitors, 4 EBA Staff, 2 Missionaries-in-residence, 1 BSC, for a total registration of 
240. 



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EASTERN 
DECEASED MEMBERS 



ALUM SPRINGS 

Mrs. Bertha K. Herring 

BEAR MARSH 

Mrs. Donnell Bell 
Mrs Thelma Pate 
Mrs. Mildred Rose 
Mr. Henry Walker 
Mrs. Pat Walker 

BEULAVILLE 

Mr. Gary Barefoot, Deacon 
Mrs. Jennifer Deal 
Mrs. Fannie Guy 
Mrs. Dorothy Kennedy 

BROWN 

Mr. James Britt 
Mrs. Cooper Gore 
Mr. Larry W. Peterson 

CALVARY 

Mr. Russell Killett, Deacon 

CALYPSO 

Mrs. Annie R. Carter 
Mrs. Frances Davis 

CENTER 

Mr. Clarence Wood 




CLINTON, FIRST 

Mrs. Nellie Carroll 
Mr. Raymond Flake 
Mr. Billy Frank Harris 
Dr. Cooper Howard 
Ms. Mary Lambert 
Mr. Charlie Lewis 
Mrs. Billie Jo Millen 
Mr. John A. Peterson 
Mrs. Joyce Romine 
Mrs. Estelle Underwood 



Mrs. Neta Warren 
Mrs. Fay Watts 
Mrs. Hazel Weeks 
Mr. Willard Woody 

CONCORD 

Mr. Thurman Evans 
Mrs. Betty P. Usher 

CORINTH 

Mrs. Martha M. Davis 
Mrs. Lyda Wells 

DOBSON CHAPEL 

Mrs. Margarite Miller 
Mr. S. Ward Rouse 

EVERGREEN 

Mr. Noah Allen Todd, Deacon 

FAISON 

Mr. Robert D. Kennedy 
Mrs. Eva Lee 
Mr. Kevin Tucker 

GARNER'S CHAPEL 

Mr. Randolph Garner 
Mrs. Gladys Goodson 

GROVE PARK 

Mr Herman Boyette 

Mr B. P. Bradshaw, Jr. 
Mrs Mary Britt 
Mr Bob Carter 
Mrs Jacqueline Carter 
Mrs Mary Daughtry 
Mr Dennis Fields 
MrsVennie Hobbs 
Mrs Ros/?Mupn 



HICKORY GROVE 

MrsAllie Hairr 

Mrs Frances Sinclair 
Mr Joseph Tart 

IMMANUEL 

Mr Earl Davis 

Mr Billy Ellis, Deacon 
Mr Bobby Martin.Deacon 
Mrs Katherine Pope 

INGOLD 

Mrs Jeanette S Balkcum 

Mrs Dorothy McLamb 
Mr James P McLamb 

ISLAND CREEK 

Mr Gerald Bradshaw 

Mr Everette Bradshaw, Sr. 

MrsAdelle Carter 

Mrs Mary Lula Hanchey 

Mrs Annie Pearl Hawes 
Mr Eugene Rouse 

JOHNSON 

MrsAimee Best 

Mr Ward Carlton 

KENANSVILLE 

Mr Francis Oakley 

MAGNOLIA 

Mr Larry Chestnut 

MissAlmeta Edward 
Mr Willie G Johnson 
Miss Stephanie Joyner 
MrsEffle Stanley 

MOUNT GILEAD 

Mr Herbert Ballance, Deaon 

Mrs Theresa Brown 
Mrs Mary Williamson 



MOUNT OLIVE FIRST 

Mrs Mary E Britt 

Mrs Sadie Brock 
Mrs Madeline Cook 
Mrs Betty Ginn 
Mr William Guy 
Mrs Tessie H Home 
Mrs Anna Hunter 
Mrs Janet Lee 
Mr Eric McLendon 
Mr Charles Price 
MrsThelma Price 
Mr Jimmy Tillman 

MOUNT VERNON 

Mrs Fairy Tyner 

PINEY GROVE 

Mr Roy Bass 

MrTheo Bass 
MrsMallfe Darden 
Mr Carl Hunter 
MrsDovie Johnson 
Mr Rick Welsh, Deacon 

POPLAR GROVE 

Mr Franklin Sutton 

POSTON 

Mr Jerome James 

MsEffie Kennedy 
MsMacy Moore 
MsAleen Sloan 
Mr Forrest Teachey 



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ROSE HILL 

Mr Joe Casteen 

Mrs Thelma Knowles 
Mrs Lena Merritt 
Mrs Tappy Murray 
Mr Mitchell Piner 
Mrs Mary Ann Teachey 

ROWAN 

Mr Anthony D Cannady.Dea 

Mrs Ruby Denton 

Mrs tsabelle B Honeycutt 

Mrs Ruby Peterson 

SHARON 

Mrs Margaret Futrell 

SHILOH 

Mr Marion Brown 

Mrs Mildred James 
Mrs Mary Alice Maready 
Mrs Catherine Raynor 
Mr Roger Sholar 
Mrs Nora Lee Willaford 

SILOAM 

Mrs Gladys J Eakins 

Mrs Alma J Futrell 
Mrs Winnie M Matthew 
Mrs Louise T Maynard 

TURKEY 

MrsElva Hunter 

Mrs Annie O King 
Mr Edward McGowen 

UNION GROVE 

Mr Anderson Carter 

Mr James Jones 
Mrs Shirley B Jones 



WARSAW 

Mrs Ruth Carlton 

Mrs Olive Divine 

Mrs Vera Ezzell 

Mr Rivers Johnson, Deacon 

Rev John A Johnson.Deacon 

Mr Randolph Phillips 

Mr William F Revelle 

Mrs Patsy T Roberts 

Miss Jean Torrans 

Mrs Leona Wood 

WELLS CHAPEL 
Mrs Mary A Hall 

Ms Elizabeth Tatum 

WHITE OAK 

Mr Camett Boney 

Mr Henry Brock 

Rev M. L. Haywood 

Mr J. E. Tew 



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Association^ Bible Teaching-Reaching 
Annual Report 
1998-99 



During tlie 1998-99 Associated year, the Associational Consultant Team of the 
Eastern Baptist Association assisted churches in improving their Bible teaching* 
reaching ministry by; 

i Providing an age-graded Associational Whiter Bible Study In January, Dr. Gary 
' Galeotti of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary was the adult teaou*. 

A total of 59 persons from 11 churches attended. 
2. Providing an Associational Teaching With Style Seminar m February. 4d 

persons .from 13 churches attended. 
3 Providing a Vacation Bihk Sclwol Early Bird Clinic for VBS Directors and Pastors 

in March 19 VBS Directors and Pastors from 9 churches attended. 
|, Providing an Associational Vacation Bible School Clink in April. 115 persons 

from 22 churches attended. 
S Sponsoring a S. S. &>!«<*» Swriw jbrltoto» fl «ri S.S. DfetemM^ Guest 

£wUb Pe«y, Held Representative for LifeWay Christian ****** 

12 persons from 7 churches attended. 
6. Providing an Introduction to F.A.LT.H. Clinic in September. 
7 Providing personal consultation to (4) churches. - . 

* Wine members of the ACTeam to various training conferences throughout 
8 " te 52 S o'defto increase ineir knowledge and skills in me Bible teachmg- 

reaching ministry of the church. 

MiSoS Consult; and Evelyn Wood as Olde* Children's Consultant. 

A spedal word of thanks goes to each ^f^^^^^Z 
out of a dedication to Christ and His church and the desve to hdp fhs caches 
our association do their best at reaching people for kfe-chang»g Bible study. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gene Lakey 
ACTeam Director 



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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REPORT 



The Associational VBS Clinic was held 



1 999 at the Baptist Church with — people present, representing — churches. 



CHURCH 


ENROLLMENT 


AVERAGE 
ATTENDANCE 


DECISIONS MADE 


STANDARD LEVEL 


ALBERTSON 










ALUM SPRINGS 










BEAR MARSH 


67 


50 


5 




BEULAH 


26 


24 




STANDARD 


BEULAVILLE 


181 


171 






BROWN 










CALYPSO 










CLINTON, FBC 


156 


164 




STANDARD 


CONCORD 


76 


61 






CORINTH 


65 


54 


22 




FAISON 


103 


83 




STANDARD 


GARLAND 


73 


65 






GARNER'S CHAPEL 










GROVE PARK 


112 


88 




STANDARD 


IMMANUEL 


114 


90 




STANDARD 


INGOLD 










ISLAND CREEK 


46 


37 




STANDARD 


KENANSVILLE 






Community VBS 




MAGNOLIA 










MISION MARANATHA 


78 


69 




STANDARD 


MOUNT GILEAD 


100 


70 




STANDARD 


MOUNT OLIVE, FBC 


96 


60/94 all 






MOUNT VERNON 


93 


73 






NEW HOPE 


36 


36 


One Day lOAM^tPM 




PEACE 


43 


40 


7 




PINEY GROVE 


95 


60 




STANDARD 


POSTON 










ROSE FULL 


78 


70 




STANDARD 


ROWAN 


108 


98% 


3 


ADVANCED* 


SERENITY 










SHARON 


81 


65 






SFflLOH 


142 


115 


2 




SILOAM 


32 


30 


6 




TEACHEY 


47 


35 






TURKEY 


69 


57 




STANDARD 


UNION GROVE 


55 


55 






WARSAW 


58 


48 




STANDARD 


WHITE OAK 


28 


24 


STANDARD 



•ROWAN - BYBC ( 2 DAYS) 1 9 ENROLLED - AV. ATTEND. 1 3 - ALSO VBS LINK-UP. 



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Woman's Missionary Union 

'WSFORMED 

TRANSFORMED! Has it happened yet? You bet it has! 

Ltern Baptist Association WMU Leadership Team has been transforming into all kinds of ^things! We began 
fcth a group of ladies taking a bus ride up to Caraway. While there we were TRANSFORMED into eager 
leaders and teachers — ready to make a difference! 

bontinuing the previous year's foci, we saw need to raise more money for the North Carolina WMU Campaign 
U ^wTwfre TRANSFORMED INTO SPONTANEOUS "fund raisers" (if you will). To date we have collected 
bver $13,000 toward our goal of $19,255 

We have been TRANSFORMED into meeters, greeters, cooks, clothes sorters, prayer warriors planners, 
Schedulers, retreaters, rally-ers ... BUT most of all, we have been TRANSFORMED By our Lord Jesus 
Christ to serve others! Our January prayer retreat at Turkey and the March overnighter at Caswell further 
TRANSFORMED our spirits and attitudes for HIS service. 

bur missions activities have included: an appreciation luncheon for our four Hispanic pastors and their farnilies 
iand assistance with picnics for seasonal farm workers - both highlights of the year for us We are committed to 
[sing our "transformed selves" to helping Phillip in any way he needs us. We will. Proceed witli Project 
HELP: Domestic Violence charge, including Brotherhood!! (Talk about radical TRANSFORMATION!) And 
jif any of you have any ideas, we are available to take the challenge !! 

L the churches - We know many of you have experienced being TRANSFORMED! ^ would 
'love to hear all about it! Please send something in writing to Lucille Yancey about your TRANSFORMATION 
experiences. 

I personally THANK all the EBA Leadership Team for making so many events successful, so far this year! 
Each one is very special and each one is sacrificing family, friends and WORK to make your WMU, EBA a 
TRANSFORMING experience. 

And a special THANKS to each of you for attending this 90th Annual Session to show your commitment and 
support to WMU. Together, we can make a difference! And with our Lord Jesus Christ guiding our paths, 
janything and all things are possible! 

In the coming months, stay tuned for more TRANSFORMATION! We have simmering on the back burner! 
1 very special scripture to me: "I can do all things through CHRIST which strengthens me." - Phiiippians4:i3 

Donna Landes, WMU Director 



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WMU Ninetieth Annual Session Minutes 



Thursday, April 22, 1999 

"Adapt yourselves no longer to the pattern of this present world, but 
let your minds be remade and your whole nature thus 
TRANSFORMED. 

' The Ninetieth Annual Session of WMU, Eastern Baptist Association, hosted 
by Grove Park Baptist Church, was called to order at 5:00 P.M. by Director 
Donna Landes. 175 attendees represented 28 churches. 

Kathy Strapko, Pianist, and Rhonda Lucas, Chorister, led the singing of 
WMU Hymn-of-the-Year " We Are Called to Be God's People" during the flag 
processional. 

Grove Park pastor spoke of the recent tragedy in Columbine, Colorado, in 
which some students had been killed and others seriously injured by fellow 
students in a shooting rampage. Rev. Shook's remarks and prayer dealt boldly 
with the question, " Is there still a task for Women on Mission?" 

Grove Park WMU Director Betty Carr warmly welcomed the assembly of 
WMUers and visitors. 

Elizabeth Gordon showed a video about Christian Women's Job Corps as it 
interprets the WMU theme for the year, Transformed. In observance of the 
"Transformed" theme, the centerpiece was a display of several pieces of pottery, 
in various stages of production and of various styles. Rhonda Lucas's 
beautiful solo further emphasized the theme, "Shape Me, Lord." 

Karen Warren presented a plaque honoring Joyce Camp for outstanding 
commitment and participation with WMU during her husbands service as EBA 
Director of Missions 1990 - 1998. 

Phillip Shuford, EBA Mission Ministries Director, spoke in support of the 
N.C. WMU Capital Campaign and led the offertory prayer 

Lucille Yancey introduced Biblical Recorder Editor Emeritus Gene Puckett 
as guest speaker: Dr. Puckett is a proven champion for WMU. His 18 years as 
editor of N.C. 's Baptist paper were given to seeking the truth and printing it. 
His message was in keeping with the "Transformed" theme as he spoke to 
individual transformation and to the need to continue as WMU in transforming 
missions activities throughout the world. 

Grove Park served a delicious dinner of roast turkey and trimmings. 
The evening session began with singing "Change My Heart, God." Helen 
Register led in the Prayer Patterns session, especially for "birthday missionaries" 
listed in Missions Mosaic and Last Frontier Missionaries. 

Lucille Yancey recognized Florence Hoover of the Wells Chapel Church as 
"WMU Woman of the Year." Mrs. Hoover has served church and association 
for many years. With her husband's encouragement, she has traveled on mission 
trips to New York, Bolivia and Trinidad. Having taught English as a second 
language (ESL) to numerous newcomers to this area, and service as Literacy 
Ministries Chair, she has received recognition as Outstanding Literacy Leader in 
North Carolina. 



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Kenansville WMU was recognized for leading in prompt and thorough 
reporting of WMU activities. 

BUSINESS 

► Minutes of the 89 th Annual Session were read and approved. 

► Peggy Creech invited the 91 st Session to Poston Church in April of 2000. 

► Upon nomination by the Selection Committee, the 1999-2000 Leadership 
Team was elected and installed by Rev. Robert Plummer. 

► the $415.49 offering was designated for the North Carolina WMU Campaign 

Phillip Shuford introduced Rev. Pedro Almendariz, pastor at Getsemani 
Spanish Mission, Warsaw, and his wife Maria. They directed nine delightful 
Hispanic children in singing several songs. 

Mary Evelyn Wells presented speakers Robert and Linda Plummer, EBA 
Missionaries in Residence during- furlough from Trinidad. Linda and Mary 
Evelyn's mother, Mrs. Marie Brown was a welcome attendee at the session. 

Paula Matthis and Donna Landes showed an audio- visual missions challenge, 
"Tell the World Jesus Loves You." 

Brenda Matthis prayed the benediction. 



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BROTHERHOOD 

I have found out that after a year or two without a Brotherhood Director, 
the challenge could be unending. I realized in late November after calling Richard 
Brunson for some information on responsibilities and duties and setting up an 
appointment with David Weeks, Region 3 Director, from Fayetteville, that I could 
expect all the help I needed, after I learned enough to ask questions. 

My first planned meeting was for January 23 at Johnson Baptist Church, 
with the help of Jim Camp before he left. Phillip Shuford helped me plan the 
breakfast. Charles Taylor of Warsaw agreed to supervise the cooking of eggs, grits, 
and sausage, which were excellent and homemade biscuits by the ladies of Johnson 
Baptist church, headed by Mrs. Violet Phillips. This breakfast meeting was 
attended by ninety -some men and was inspired by presentations on Angel Flight by 
Graham Hood, and Agricultural Missions by Gene Hickman. Missions in general by 
David Weeks of Fayetteville and Handy Man works by Burt Alabaster and Local 
Church Efforts by Keith Bland. Devotion was by Burt Alabaster. If you want 
someone to do something, get someone with a "passion"to the responsibility. 

Our next rally and training was preceded by a steak dinner, prepared by Mack, 
Dwight, and all the men of Turkey Baptist Church. This was for Directors and Pastors. 23 
Brotherhood men and 13 pastors attended. Our program with a dev otion and soloist, David 
Tew, with two beautiful pieces. The rally and inspirational speaker was by David Weeks, a 
dynamic motivator and challenger for missions. 

Your Brotherhood Director attended the WMU Annual sessions at Grove park on 

April 22. 

On May 3 and 4, 1 attended a quality, inspiring Key Leadership training 
conference at Caswell. 

The Brotherhood Director, along with RA Director, John Brown, and Challenger 
Director, Wayne Ca\iness, held four training sessions: June 22 at Dobson Chapel Baptist 
Church, June 22 at Immanuel Baptist Church, July 1 at Wells Chapel Baptist Church, and 
Jury 13 at Faison Baptist Church. This training sessions was for Brotherhood, RA, and 
Challenger Directors, Pastors, and men and boys interested in learning to be more ministry 
and mission minded. Refreshments were served by each host church. 34 men and six pastors 
from 14 churches received information on how better to equip the men in their church for 
service to their fellow men. 

Your Director and six others, RA and Brotherhood leaders from the EBA 
attended sessions at Camp Caraway on Friday and Saturday. 

Island Creek Brotherhood asked your director to have a program on August 
17 where I presented to them the challenging new structure and the importance of 
men in church families. 

The Brotherhood volunteered to help the WMU on their yard sale for fund 
raising at Rowan Community Building (Rowan Church). Rowan, Mt. Vernon, 
Dobson Chapel, Shiloh, and Turkey Brotherhoods participated and purchased hot 
dogs and fixings. All the proceeds went to the WMU. Our new year will have more 
participation with WMU and Domestic Violence Month. 

A busy year is in the planning with Brotherhood, RA, and Challengers. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
H. L. Sanderson, Director 



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EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
EXECUTIVE BOARD REPORT 



The Executive Board of the Eastern Baptist Association met at its 
three regular times. At each meeting, the ususal Program 
Director Reports and Committee Chairmen Reports were given. 

The January meeting was at Serenity Baptist Church with thirty- 
eight churches represented. Plans were developed for the 
Missionaries-in-residence, Robert and Linda Plummer. A 
reception was planned for Rev. James Camp upon his departure 
as Director of Missions. The Director of Missions Search 
Committee was elected. A motion was approved to give 
$1,000.00 to fund the Mission Trust Fund, in honor of James and 
Joyce Camp. 

The April meeting was at Peace Baptist Church with twenty-one 
churches represented. Several new church staff persons were 
intoduced. The DOM Search Committee is working on its 
procedures and is at step four of a seven step goal. 

The July meeting was at Clinton, First Baptist Church with 35 
churches represented. Several mission teams from churches are 
at work. A motion was approved to establish a Personnel 
Committee to be presented not later than the 2000 annual 
Session. The DOM Search Committee presented Rev. Robert 
Bailey as the candidate for Director of Missions. He accepted 
the call to be the Director of Missions fro Eastern Baptist 
Associaiton. A covenant agreement was entered into by Rev. 
Bailey and the Association. A motion was approved to express 
appreciation for the work of the Director of Missions Search 
Committee. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Ottis L. King, Clerk 



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Eastern Baptist Association Disaster Damage and Relief 



The EBA encompasses one of a half dozen areas in North Carolina that was most severely affected 
by the extensive flooding from Hurricane Floyd. While the majority of the damage was in southern 
Duplin and Sampson Counties, the flooding also destroyed homes and businesses just north of Mount 
Olive and in numerous other low-lying areas of our association. Every church either had families 
flooded out or had a close relationship with someone who was flooded. 

Despite the damage within their own church communities, some of our churches were among the first 
to offer help to others. Pastors and lay persons joined in rescues, organized relief centers, gathered 
emergency supplies, and provided meals for emergency personnel, displaced families, and volunteer 
crews. 

The first Saturday after the waters receded a work team from one of our churches descended upon 
Center Church. They ripped out carpet, dragged out pews, and carried out soggy hymnals. Their 
presence gave new hope to a despondent congregation. 

Tiny congregations and large churches alike called to ask what needed to be done. They were referred 
to pastors in the most severely affected areas. These same churches gathered supplies for relief 
centers and gave special offerings to help those in greatest need. 

The work of our churches has been multiplied many times over by assistance from other churches. 
A church in Kentucky that had a mission team here last summer sent a tractor-trailer full of supplies 
and a handful of checks. A Burlington church sent over $3,000 for emergency needs in a specific 
community. Work teams have been here every weekend since the water went down, doing "mud- 
outs," ripping out soggy walls, and providing support through their prayers and presence. 

However, the work that has been done is only a tiny part of recovery. The NC Baptist Men's 
department is matching willing churches with affected churches and flooded families. They will 
continue the encouragement, the prayers, the labor, and the financial assistance. Your continued help 
is needed, too. 

God gave Noah a rainbow as a sign of his covenant love after the flood. He has given us a sign as 
well. Our sign came in the fervent prayers of brothers and sisters in Christ. It is visible in the generous 
gifts of churches up and down the east coast. It is before us in the renewed cooperation among 
churches in the EBA. 



"When you reach out to others in Jesus' name, life's little moments become life's grand adventures." 
Thanks be to God. Even in disaster our Lord reigns. 




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EBA MISSION MINISTRIES--1999 



CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Christian Social Ministries program shall be composed of 3 members whose duties 
shall be to plan, promote, and evaluate the Christian Social Ministries Programs at area 
ministry centers (food, clothing, etc.), in 

(J) identifying people in the community with special needs, 

(2) assisting churches in meeting human needs while providing a Christian witness, 
and 

(3) administering Hunger Funds and Emergency Funds. 

In addition, the Christian Social Ministries Program 

(1) shall provide assistance to the churches (through their missionary education 
organizations) in the development of Christian Social Ministries within their local 
communities, and 

(2) shall encourage the churches' participation in Christian Social Ministries 
conducted by the Association, and 

(3) shall provide training and guidance of volunteers for these ministries. 

Ministry highlights in the past year: 

EBA's Christian Social Ministries are the Food Pantry, Clothes Closet, and Emergency 
Fund. These ministries exist in order to assist EBA churches provide for the physical 
needs of people who live in our area in such a way as to witness to the love and provision 
of God. EBA member churches participate in these ministries not only by donating 
clothes, food, and money, but also by donating time and "elbow grease" to make these 
ministries a reality. GA and RA groups, youth groups, and WMU groups from EBA 
churches come to he EBA Center throughout the year to lend a hand; in the process, these 
EBA missionaries learn about doing "hands-on" mission work that has a real impact in 
the lives of needy people. 

Food Pantry: Since October 1998, 286 people have been fed because of EBA's Food 
Pantry ministry. In addition, each person that receives food from EBA's Food Pantry also 
receives a Bible, New Testament, and/or a gospel tract (these being provided via funds 
donated by EBA member churches). 

Clothes Closet: Donations have been received from numerous individuals and from 
churches affiliated with EBA. A mission group from Virginia donated a U-Haul trailer 
full of good quality clothing. Special thanks to the WMU groups from various EBA 
churches that have adopted the EBA Clothes Closet as a ministry project, and have 
worked hard to keep the Closet neat and well stocked. 



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Emergency Fund: 

amount disbursed since January 1999: $473.50 

types of help given: helped pay electricity bills for two families; bought a 
kerosene heater and kerosene for a family living in a house with no heat; helped 
one family pay rent on an apartment 

Thanks to all EBA churches for making these important ministries possible. 



CHURCH EXTENSION MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Church Extension Ministries program shall be composed of 5 members whose duties 
shall be to plan, promote, and evaluate the Church Extension ministries program by 
(J) discovering needs for starting and developing new churches, and 
(2) encouraging the existing churches in the Association to respond to these needs. 

In addition, the Church Extension Ministries Program 

(J) shall help churches (through their missionary education organizations) to become 

aware of the need for new congregations, and 
(2) shall provide training and guidance of volunteers for this ministry. 

Ministry activity in the past year: 

No Church Extension activity took place during the past year. However, funds are 
designated to help start an English-speaking mission in the Mount Olive area. The 
Association has also designated funds to begin a new Hispanic work. 



DEAF MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Deaf Ministries program shall be composed of 3 members whose duties shall be to 
plan, promote, and evaluate mission ministries to hearing-impaired persons. 

In addition, the Deaf Ministries program 

(1) shall provide assistance to churches (through their missionary education 
organizations) in the development of ministries to hearing-impaired persons in local 
communities; 

(2) shall encourage the churches' participation in deaf ministries conducted by the 
Association, and 

(3) shall provide training and guidance for volunteers in this ministry. 
Ministry highlights of the past year: 

This year the Deaf Mission at Poston was sad to receive the resignation of Pastor Clessy 
Worley. We are thankful for the ministry of Brother Worley and are sad to see him go. 
Please pray that the Lord will now bring the right person to serve as pastor of the mission. 



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On a positive note, over $500 was received through donations from EBA churches for the 
purpose of acquiring Bibles for the members of Deaf Mission. At the time of this writing, 
the Bibles were being purchased, to be distributed to the members of the Deaf Mission 

Also, several members of the Deaf Mission attended the annual "Together in Christ 
Conference" for the hearing impaired, held at Caraway Conference Center in May. 
Eastern Association provided funds for these folks to attend this conference. Thanks to all 
EBA churches for making this important ministry possible. 

Please be in prayer for Mt. Vernon Church's ministry to the hearing impaired, where 
simultaneous translation of the morning worship service is provided. 



INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

7726 Interfaith Witness Ministries program shall be composed of 3 members whose duties 
shall be to plan, promote, and evaluate the association 's Interfaith Witness ministries 
program by 

(1) building an awareness of cults and sects, world religions, and other religious groups, 

(2) providing resources for interfaith witness, and 

(3) suggesting and leading interfaith witness activities. 

In addition, the Interfaith Witness Ministries Program 

(1) shall help churches (through their missionary education organizations) develop 
ministries to enable their members to understand and witness effectively to persons of 
other religions, and 

(2) shall provide training and guidance of volunteers in these ministries. 

Ministry highlights of the past year: 

The Interfaith Witness Committee met several times during the year and has made plans 
to help EBA churches and their people to be better prepared to witness to those of other 
faiths. A conference for October 1999, "What to do When the Mormons Come 
Knocking", was postponed due to Hurricane Floyd. The IFW committee has scheduled 
other training events for February 2000 and September 2000. 



LANGUAGE MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Language Missions Ministries Committee will be composed of 6 rotating members 
plus the pastors of all non-English language missions in the Association. The work of the 
Committee will be 



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(1) to plan, coordinate, promote, and evaluate the Association's ministry in Language 
Missions and 

(2) to encourage participation, and provide training and guidance to volunteers for these 
ministries. 

Ministry highlights of the past year: 
Language missions. 

"Maranatha" Hispanic Baptist Mission (Clinton): The mission pastor, Rev. Pedro 
Bueno, is currently enrolled at Campbell Divinity School at Campbell University, where 
he is studying to receive the Master of Divinity degree. The mission sponsored several 
Church Music conferences during the year to better equip its members in the area of 
church music. The mission also sponsored a Vacation Bible School during the summer, 
led entirely by lay-people, and attended by many children. 

"Gethsemane" Hispanic Baptist Mission (Warsaw): Called Rev. Pedro Almendariz as 
Pastor effective January 1999. Rev. Almendariz is originally from Mexico and comes to 
EBA from San Antonio, Texas. He is a graduate of Hispanic Baptist Theological 
Seminary of that city. Rev. Almendariz and his wife, Maria, have three children: 
Emanuel, Esteban, and Ruth. The new pastor led several lay people of the church in a 
course designed to teach them how to prepare and deliver a sermon. Many of these have 
begun lay-preaching responsibilities in the mission and at different places. 
"Emanuel" Hispanic Baptist Mission (Rose Hill/Wallace): Pastor Lawrence Otarola 
resigned effective September 30, 1999. Please pray for the members of the mission, and 
that the Lord will bring the right person to lead that new work. 

"Mt. Olive" Hispanic Baptist Mission (Mt Olive): Pastor. Rev. Vicente Rangel. The 
mission sponsored several training conferences during the year, to help its members 
become better equipped as church members and as servants of Christ. Rev. Rangel is 
leading the mission to become more self-sufficient, with a view to becoming an 
autonomous congregation in the future. 

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Seasonal Farm workers ministry. 

Over 100 health kits were received at the EBA office, made by EBA church groups and 
groups from other churches from as far away as Arkansas. These kits were distributed to 
migrant workers and their families at migrant camps, in Backyard Bible Clubs, in 
Vacation Bible Schools, and through the EBA's Food Pantry. Evangelistic literature was 
placed in each health kit (this literature provided by donations from EBA churches). 

In addition, funds for Spanish Bibles, New Testaments, and evangelistic literature were 
received from EBA churches. These Bibles and tracts were bought and are still being 
distributed through area Spanish missions and through EBA's on-going migrant ministry. 

On August 8, 1999, the association's Women on Mission sponsored a cookout for 
migrant workers at Wayne Wilson's camp north of Clinton. Mount Olive Hispanic 
Baptist Mission provided Christian music, and Rev. Vicente Rangel preached an 
evangelistic message. We thank God for the eight young men who prayed to accept 
Christ during this ministry activity. 



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LITERACY MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Literacy Ministries Program shall be composed of 3 members whose duties shall be 
to plan, promote, and evaluate missions ministries designed to assist non-readers or non- 
English-speaking persons in developing or improving literacy skills. 

In addition, the Literacy Ministries Program 

(1) shall provide assistance to the churches (through their missionary education 
organizations) in the development of literacy ministries, and 

(2) shall provide training and guidance of volunteers for these ministries. 

Ministry highlights of the past year: 

No formal Literacy Ministry activity took place during the past year. However, several 
people from EBA churches attended a Literacy Ministry conference in Wilmington. Also, 
promotional materials for the annual Literacy Ministry Conference at Caraway 
Conference Center were distributed to the churches. 



MEDICAL-DENTAL VAN MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Medical-Dental Van Committee shall be composed of 5 persons who will determine 
if and/or when the State Convention 's medical/dental van shall provide services to the 
area of the Association. Their duties shall include: 

( 1) assessing the medical and dental needs of low-income persons in the area; 

(2) choosing dates, times and locations for service; 

(3) recruiting medical personnel; and 

(4) providing publicity. 

Ministry highlights of the past year: 

In January 1999, the Medical-Dental Van Committee organized and co-sponsored a 
Health Fair at Garland Baptist Church. The good people of Garland Church actively 
participated in this event. Although attendance was somewhat sparse, several community 
organizations participated in this* Health Fair, and good contacts were -made for future 
endeavors. 

The committee also organized and planned a Health Fair to be held in conjunction with 
the EBA's annual Senior Adult Picnic in September. This activity was unfortunately 
cancelled due to Hurricane Floyd. However, members of the committee hope to make 
some kind of health education event a part of future associational senior adults ministry 
events. 



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MENTALLY HANDICAPPED MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Mentally Handicapped Ministries program shall be composed of 3 members whose 
duties shall be to plan, promote, and evaluate ministries to mentally handicapped 
persons. 

In addition, the Mentally Handicapped Ministries Program 

(1) shall provide assistance to the churches (through their missionary education 
organizations) in development of ministries to mentally handicapped persons in the 
local communities; 

(2) shall encourage the churches' participation in mentally handicapped ministries 
conducted in the Association 

(3) shall provide training and giddance of volunteers for these ministries. 
Ministry highlights of the past year: 

This year, the association's Mentally Handicapped Ministries Program sponsored 
Fellowships and took campers to the annual Happiness Retreat. A Christmas Fellowship 
was held in December 1998 at Rowan Church, with young people from area churches 
assisting. A concert of gospel music by the "New Life Singers" was held at Immanuel 
Church was held as well, and a good time was had by all. In August 1999, over 20 
traveled to Caraway Conference Center to attend the annual "Happiness Retreat." Many 
thanks to all EBA churches and individuals who helped send these special people to 
camp. 



MULTIHOUSING MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Multihousing Ministries committee shall be composed of 6 members whose duties 
shall be to assist churches in their outreach to the mobile home parks and apartment 
complexes in their communities. 

In addition, the Multihousing Ministries committee 

(1) shall provide demographic data about such multihousing units to churches who wish 
to carry out ministries such as Backyard Bible Clubs, Bible Study Groups, Christian 
Social ministries, etc. ; as well as 

(2) shall offer training on how to conduct such outreach. Training can be provided to the 
individual who wishes to do any ministry. 

Ministry highlights of the past year: 

This year several EBA churches and mission groups held Backyard Bible Clubs. Rowan 
Church sponsored a BYBC at a trailer park near the church, in cooperation with an 
African-American congregation. 



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Two mission groups, from Coral Hill Baptist Church of Glasgow, Kentucky, and from 
Rosalind Hills Baptist Church of Roanoke, Virginia, came during the summer and held 
four BYBC's in five mobile home parks in Sampson and Duplin counties. Nearly 100 
children heard the gospel of Jesus Christ, and valuable contacts were made in these 
communities. 



RESORT-LEISURE MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Resort-Leisure Ministries program shall be composed of 5 members whose duties 
shall be to plan, promote, and evaluate Resort-Leisure ministries programs, including the 
development of resort and leisure ministries such as interstate rest stop ministries, flea 
market ministries, creative arts, special events, and experimental ministries. 

In addition, the Resort-Leisure Ministries Program 

(1) shall assist churches (through their missionary education organizations) in the 
development of Resort-Leisure ministries in local communities; 

(2) shall encourage the churches ' participation in Resort-Leisure ministries conducted 
by the Association, and 

(3) shall provide training and guidance of volunteers for these ministries. 

Ministry highlights of the past year: 

No formal Resort-Leisure Ministry activities took place during the past year. However, 
the ministry did proceed with the purchase of a tent for use in any future Resort-Leisure 
Ministry. 



SENIOR ADULT MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Senior Adult Ministries Program shall be composed of 6 members whose duties shall 
be to plan, promote, and evaluate ministries to senior adults. 

In addition, the Senior Adult Ministries Program 

(1) shall assist churches (through their missionary education organizations) in the 
development of ministries to senior adults in local communities, 

(2) shall encourage the churches ' participation in senior adult ministries conducted in 
the Association, and 

(3) shall provide training and guidance of volunteers in these ministries. 

Ministry highlights of the past year: 

The EBA's annual Senior Adult Rally took place in March 1999. Nearly 150 EBA 
"seasoned citizens" attended this event, hosted by Rose Hill Baptist Church. Rev. Joe 
Bounds, Minister to Senior Adults of First Baptist Church Lumberton was the featured 



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speaker. A delicious meal provided by Rose Hill Restaurant followed the worship 
service. 

The annual Senior Adult Picnic, scheduled this year for September 16, 1999, was 
unfortunately cancelled due to Hurricane Floyd. 

We thank all who worked so hard to make our Senior Adult events enjoyable. 



VOLUNTEER CHAPLAINCY MINISTRY 

According to the Eastern Baptist Association By-Laws, 

The Volunteer Chaplain Ministries program shall be composed of 3 persons whose duties 
shall be to plan, promote, and evaluate the Volunteer Chaplain Ministries programs at 
area hospitals, nursing homes, rest homes, industrial areas, correctional facilities (jails- 
prisons), etc. 

In addition, the Volunteer Chaplain Ministries Program 

(J) shall assist churches (through their missionary education organizations) in the 
development of ministries to hospitals, nursing homes, rest homes, correctional 
facilities, industrial areas, etc, and 

(2) shall encourage participation, and provide training, and guidance of volunteer 
chaplains in these ministries. 

Ministry highlights of the past year: 

Several EBA churches and mission groups in churches participated in minsitry in area 
nursing homes and hospitals, including providing worship services, Bible studies, and 
Christmas activities, and items for use by patients at area hospitals. Summer mission 
groups from Kentucky and Virginia ministered in area nursing homes, skilled nursing 
centers at area hospitals, and at group homes for the mentally disabled. In addition, some 
churches ministered in local jails and prisons, providing hope in Jesus' name for the 
inmates living there. 




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Church Contributions to Associational Missions 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 





1997 


1998 


*1999 


Albertson 


$1,508.52 


$1,431.88 


$722.72 


Alum Springs 


$1,020.00 


$1,200.00 


$900.00 


Bear Marsh 


$600.00 


$600.00 


$450.00 


Beu] ah 


-0- 


$871.60 


$1,315.22 


Beulaville 


$11,362.75 


$11,612.75 


\ $8,898.00 


Brown 


-0- 


$486.86 


$300.00 


Calvary 


$1,411.29 


$1,674.90 


$1,340.67 


Calypso 


$1,020.00 


$1,020.00 


$900.00 


Center 


$710.00 


$808.00 


$712.28 


Clinton, FBC 


$8,767.30 


$9,041.39 


$6,641.64 


Mision Bautista Maranatha 


$311.72 


$281.54 


$226.05 


Concord 


$1,297.59 


$1,786.91 


$860.02 


Corinth 


$3,868.77 


$4,850.93 


$4,442.90 


Dobson Chapel 


$3,095.30 


$3,085.62 


$2,421.23 


Emanuel Spanish Mission 


$75.00 


$225.00 


-0- 


Evergreen 


$2,500.00 


$1,500.00 


$1,000.00 


Faison 


$2,104.84 


$2,237.61 


$1,843.39 


Garland 


$3,910.46 


$4,466.49 


$3,265.87 


Garner's Chapel 


$450.00 


$800.00 


$400.00 


Grove Park 


$5,367.77 


$5,688.24 


$4,920.16 


Hickory Grove 


$1,375.00 


$1,100.00 


$825.00 


Immanuel 


$2,376.94 


$2,499.96 


$2,346.31 


Ingold 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 


$1,000.00 


Island Creek 


$1,100.00 


$1,200.00 


$900.00 


Johnson 


$2,181.35 


$2,238.96 


$1,398.29 


Kenansville 


$9,065.06 


$10,421.27 


$8,637.00 


Magnolia 


$1,063.12 


$1,138.24 


$887.67 



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Mount Gilead 


$6,124.00 


$4,787.00 


$2,000.00 


Mount Olive, FBC 


$9,212.24 


$9,770.53 


$7,712.20 


Mision Bautista Monte Olivo 


$2,389.30 


$3,922.78 


$1,687.89 


Mount Vemon 


$6,155.01 


$5,452.19 


$3,498.88 


New Hope 


$1,150.00 


$1,150.00 


$1,150.00 


Peace 


$611.31 


$795.82 


$722.09 


Piney Grove 


$1,187.50 


$2,000.00 


$2,625.00 


Poplar Grove 


$960.00 


$800.00 


$25.00 


Poston 


$4,449.96 


$4,993.64 


$3,806.20 


Rose Hill 


$1,500.00 


$3,000.00 


$1,000.00 


Rowan 


$2,430.00 


$2,520.00 


$2,173.50 


Serenity 


$100.00 


$282.00 


$282.00 


Sharon 


$2,858.75 


$3,095.00 


$2,492.25 


Shiloh 


$2,475.15 


$3,563.06 


$2,918.40 


Silo am 


$1,800.00 


$2,000.00 


$2,200.00 


Teachey 


$2,166.66 


$2,666.65 


$2,500.00 


Turkey 


$2,130.49 


$2,588.57 


$1,768.51 


Union Grove 


$576.00 


$756.00 


$825.00 


Warsaw 


$6,166.72 


$6,287.06 


$5,480.69 


Mision Bautista Getsemani 


$960.88 


$1,253.35 


$878.40 


Wells Chapel 


$2,718.05 


$3,462.36 


$2,928.16 


White Oak 


$1,500.00 


$1,500.00 


$1,500.00 


Totals 


$127,189.80 


$139,914.16 


*$107,728.59 



* Nine months ending September 30, 1999 




57 



DENNING, ROUSE & PETERSON, P. A. 

Certified Public Accountants 
Clinton, North Carolina 2 832 8 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



We have compiled the accompanying statements of assets, liabilities, 
and net assets - cash basis of EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION (a nonprofit 
organization) as of December 31, 1999, and the related statements of 
support and expenses by funds and expenses by function - cash basis for 
the three months and twelve months ended December 31, 1999, and the 
accompanying supplementary information in schedules I through XII, 
which is presented only for supplementary analysis purposes in 
accordance with Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review 
Services issued by the American Institute of Certified Public 
Accountants. The financial statements have been prepared on the cash 
basis on accounting, which is a comprehensive basis of accounting other 
than generally accepted accounting principles. All information 
included in these financial statements is the representation of the 
management of the Eastern Baptist Association. 

A compilation is limited to presenting in the form of financial state- 
ments and supplementary schedules information that is the 
representation of management . We have not audited or reviewed the 
accompanying financial statements and supplementary schedules and, 
accordingly, do not express an opinion or any other form of assurance 
on them. 

Management has elected to omit substantially all of the disclosures and 
the statement of cash flows ordinarily included in financial statements 
prepared on the cash basis of accounting. If the omitted disclosures 
were included in the financial statements, they might influence the 
user's conclusions about the organization's assets, liabilities, net 
assets, revenues, and expenses. Accordingly, these financial 
statements are not designed for those who are not informed about such 
matters . 

We are not independent with respect to the above captioned 
organization . 



Denning, Rouse & Peterson, P. A. , C.P.A.'s 



January 19, 2 000 



58 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Assets 
Cash Basis 

ALL FUNDS 

As of December 31, 1999 



Assets 



Current Assets : 
Cash 
Saving 
Investments 

Total Current Assets 



60, 146.37 
1, 035.98 
85, 606.83 



$ 146,789.18 



Liabilities and Net Assets 



Current Liabilities: 
Payroll Taxes Payable 
Deferred Revenue 

Total Current Liabilities 



443.54 
1. 650.00 



2, 093.54 



Net Assets: 

Unrestricted 69,069.78 

Current Year Unrestricted 31,911.80 

Temporarily Restricted 2 0,452.52 

Current Year Temporarily Restricted 23 , 261 . 54 

Total Net Assets 144, 695.64 

Total Liabilities and Net Assets $ 146,789.18 




See Accountants Complilation Report 



59 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Statement of Support and Expenses by Funds and 
Expenses by Function - Cash Basis 

ALL FUNDS 



3 Months Ended Period 12 Months Ended Year-to-Date Year-to-Date Remaining 

Dec. 31. 1999 Budget Dec. 31. 1999 Budget Variance Budget 

port: 

eneral Fund $ 33,550.34 $ 43,158.75 $ 148,421.02 $ 172,635.00 $ 24,213.98 $ 0.00 

ooperative Funds 4,772.49 4,112.53 19,509.96 17,850.00 (1,659.96) 0.00 

esignated Funds 18,139.76 0.00 31,876.67 0.00 (31,876.67) 0.00 

jmeregency Funds 39,161.52 0.00 44,541.52 0.00 (44,541.52) 0.00 

rust Funds 741.70 300.09 3.173.34 2.200.00 ( 973.34 ) (KOO 

Total Support 96,365.81 47,571.37 247,522.51 192,685.00 (54,837.51) 0.00 



lenses (by function): 

jeneral Fund 48,525.28 42,332.35 116,509.22 173,835.00 57,325.78 0.00 

^operative Funds 3,334.99 4,112.53 17,660.46 17,850.00 189.54 0.00 

pignated Funds 2,591.15 0.00 15,204.35 0.00 (15,204.35) 0.00 

mergency Fuuds 39,831.98 0.00 40,385.14 0.00 (40,385.14) 0.00 

rust Funds (K00 <L00 2.590.00 1.000.00 (1.590.00 ) . 0.00 

j Total Expenses 94,283.40 46,444.88 192,349.17 192,685.00 335.83 0.00 

! Net Increase (Decrease) 

in Net Assets $ 2.082.41 $ 1.126.49 $ 55.173.34 $ 0.00 $ (55.173.34 ) $ 0.00 



Senses (by type): 



ersonnel 


28,726.23 


29,965.03 


76,494.11 


119,860.00 


43,365.89 


0.00 


iSiministrative 


11,287.11 


5,862.47 


25,985.31 


23,450.00 


(2,535.31) 


0.00 


issions 


49,181.98 


6,679.97 


61,893.51 


26,720.00 


(35,173.51) 


0.00 


Ipurch Development 


825.37 


3,674.91 


3,104.16 


14,700.00 


11,595.84 


0.00 


esignated 


2,591.15 


0.00 


15,204.35 


0.00 


(15,204.35) 


0.00 


^asonal Farm Workers 


0.00 


0.00 


499.49 


5,905.00 


5,405.51 


0.00 


rusts 


0.00 


0.00 


2,590.00 


1,000.00 


(1,590.00) 


0.00 


iscellaneous 


1.671.56 


262.50 


6.578.24 


1.050.00 


(5.528.24) 


0.00 


Total Expenses 


94,283.40 


46,444.88 


192,349.17 


192,685.00 


335.83 


0.00 



Net Increase (Decrease) 

in Net Assets $ 2.082.41 $ 1.126.49 $ 55.173.34 $ 0.00 $ (55.173.34 ) $ 0.00 



See Accountants Complilation Report 



60 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
2000 BUDGET 
ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 
For the Year Ended December 31, 2000 

1999 2000 
BUDGET BUDGET Change 



MISSONS: 



Christian Social Ministries 


40 


40 


Hispanic, Clinton 


2,400 


1,200 


Hispanic, Mt Olive 


1,200 


1,200 


Hispanic, Warsaw 


6,000 


6,000 


Hispanic, Wallace-Rose Hill 


6,000 


6,000 


Hispanic, New Work 


6,000 


6,000 


Hunger Fund 


100 


100 


Emergency Fund 




100 


Literacy Ministries 


300 


300 


Spninr Adult Mini^trip^ 


1 400 


2,000 


Mentally Handicapped Ministries 


600 


600 


Missions Development Training 


50 


50 


Vl iGfJlGll lUy IVil 1 Noll ICO 


125 


125 


Intorfai+h \/\/itnocc IWIinictri^c 
inter Idlll 1 v v J 11 ICwO IVIIMloU Ico 


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175 


OIMILJl CAICI lolvJI 1 Ivllj lloll ICo 


50 


50 


Resort & Leisure Ministries 


430 


430 


Medical Dental Van 


650 


650 


Deaf Mission, Poston 


1,000 


1,000 


Multi-Housing Ministries 


200 


200 


TOTAL MISSIONS 


26,720 


26,220 


CHURCH DEVELOPMENT: 






Sunday School 


2,700 


3,050 


Discipleship Training 


1,000 


1,000 


WMU 


4,100 


4,775 


Brotherhood 


750 


2,170 


Music 


300 


300 


Evangelism 


5,000 


5,000 


Media Library 


500 


500 


Seminary Extension 


50 


50 


Orientation Committee 


50 


50 


Key Leadership Training 


250 


250 



(500) (1 



TOTAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT ~ 14,700 17,145 2,445 16. 




61 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
2000 BUDGET 
ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 
For the Year Ended December 31, 2000 

1999 2000 
BUDGET BUDGET Change % 



SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 

Salaries 2,000 2,000 

FICA 155 155 

Travel 2,000 2,000 

Meals 800 800 

Housing 500 500 

Miscellaneous 450 450 



TOTAL SEASONAL FARMWORKERS MINISTRIES 5,905 5,905 0.00 



OTHER MINISTRIES: 

Ministers Conferences 
Ministers Wives Conferences 
Annual Meeting 
Miscellaneous 
Elwyn Murray Scholarship 
TOTAL OTHER MINISTRIES 



100 
50 
500 
400 
1,000 



2,050 



100 
50 
500 
400 
1,000 



2,050 



o.oo 



TOTAL BUDGET 198,085 210,625 12,540 6.33 



62 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
BUDGET 



ANTICIPATED INCOME 
For the Years Ended December 31. 2000 



REVENUE: 



Rouse Trust Fund 
Eunice Newkirk Trust Fund 
TOTAL REVENUES - ANTICIPATED INCOME 



Escrow and Designated Funds: 
Mount Olive Anglo Mission 



1999 2000 
BUDGET BUDGET Change % 



Church Contributions 


166,585 


180,571 


Baptist State Convention 






Cooperative Agreements 


17,850 


16,404 


Copier Fees 


150 


150 


Interest Revenue 


1,000 


1,000 


Churches - Special Gifts 


2,000 


2,000 


Indivduals - Special Gifts 


1,000 


1,000 


Special Gifts - Evangelism 


5,000 


5,000 


Sales Tax Refund 


500 


500 


State Missions Offering 


1,800 


1,800 


Herman Coker Trust Fund 


100 


100 


John Flake Trust Fund 


1,000 


1,000 


Bill Lamb Trust Fund 


100 


100 


Elwyn Murray Trust Fund 


1,000 


1,000 


Jim & Joyce Camp Mission Trust Fund 







198,085 



1999 
BUDGET 



11,075 



2000 Cooperative Agreements: 

(To be provided through the State Baptist Convention) 

Missions Ministries Staff Salary 8,500 
Hispanic, Mt Olive 

Hispanic, Clinton 1,200 

Hispanic, Warsaw 3,000 

Hispanic, Wallace-Rose Hill 3,000 

Summer Missionaries 1 ,000 

Summer Missions Programs 400 

Deaf Mission, Poston 750 

Total Cooperative Agreement Funds 17,850 



210,625 12,540 6.33 



2000 
BUDGET 

11,075 



8,500 



3,000 
3,000 
1,000 
400 
504 



16,404 (1,446) (8.10) 



63 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
2000 BUDGET 
ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 
For the Year Ended December 31, 2000 



1999 2000 
BUDGET BUDGET Change % 



PERSONNEL: 



DOM Salary 


24,510 


24,510 


MMD Salary 


21,230 


23,000 


Secretary Salary 


8,200 


8,560 


Admin. Asst. Salary 


15,300 


16,000 


DOM Housing 


14,000 


16,100 


MMD Housing 


9,500 


9,500 


DOM Annuity 


6,000 


6,000 


MMD Annuity 


3,000 


3,000 






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SS MMD 


2 340 


2 470 


SS Secretary 


630 


650 


SS Admin. Asst. 


1,170 


1,215 


DOM Insurance 


6,000 


6,000 


MMD Insurance 






DOM Travel 


5,500 


5,500 


MMD Travel 


3,500 


3,500 


DOM Conference & Conventions 


1,000 


1,000 


MMD Conference & Conventions 


350 


350 


DOM Educational 




500 


Secretary Conferences 


100 


100 


Christmas Bonuses 




800 


TOTAL PERSONNEL 


125,260 


131,855 



ADMINISTRATION: 



Repairs 


600 


600 


Supplies 


3,000 


3,000 


Printing 


2,500 


2,500 


Postage 


2,700 


2,700 


Telephone 


3,000 


3,000 


Equipment Purchases 


3,000 


5,000 


Equipment Lease & Maintenance 




4,000 


Accounting & Legal 


1,600 


1,600 


Association Minutes 


1,500 


1,500 


Building & Grounds Maintenance 


5,000 


3,000 


Sales Tax 


500 


500 


Clerk Supplies 


50 


50 


fOTAL ADMINISTRATION 


23,450 


27,450 



64 



Schedule of Meeting Places of Eastern Association 



2000 

1st Day *Island Creek 

Dobson Chapel 
2nd Day * Grove Park 
Brown 

2001 

1st Day *Clinton, First 
2nd Day *Beulaville 

2002 

1st Day Mt. Olive, First 
2nd Day *Mt. Gilead 
Union Grove 

2003 

1st Day *Siloam 

Evergreen 

2nd Day Turkey 
Beulah 
New Hope 



2004. 
1st Day *Piney Grove 

Mt. Vernon 
2nd Day *Sharon 

Shiloh 

2005 
1st Day *Rowan 

White Oak 
2nd Day *Poston 

Wells Chapel 

2006 
1st Day * Warsaw 
Calvary 
2nd Day *Kenansville 
Alum Springs 
Peace 

2007 
1st Day Johnson 
*Magnolia 
2nd Day Concord 
Serenity 
Garner's Chapel 

2008 
1st Day Rose Hill 
2nd Day *Immanuel 

Hickory Grove 

2009 

1st Day *Faison 
Calypso 
Poplar Grove 



2nd Day *Garland 
Ingold 
Center 



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North Carolina 



Eastern Baptist Association 

One Hundred and Seventy-Third 
Annual Session 
1827-2000 

First Day Second Day 

October 23, 2000 October 24, 2000 

Island Creek Baptist Church Grove Park Baptist Church 



BAPTISTS UNITING TO DO MISSIONS 

Moderator: Michael Shook Clerk: Ottis King 



NEXT ANNUAL MEETING 

First Day-Clinton, First-October 22, 2001 
Second Day-Beulaville-October 23, 2001 

ASSOCIATION OFFICE 
P.O. Box 712, Warsaw, North Carolina 28398 
Location: 109 N. Center Street 
910-293-7077- FAX 910-293-7084 
E-mail: easternbaptist@juno.com 



STAFF 

Director of Missions Robert H. Baiiey 411-D Elizabeth St. 
Clinton, NC 28328 910-299-0289 

Mission Ministries Director 

Administrative Assistant Jo Neal Robinson <> 4271 Turkey Hwy. 
Clinton, NC 28328 91 0-592-3044 

Secretary Sandra Winstead 511 W. Ward's Bridge Rd. 
Warsaw, NC 28398 910-293-3299 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Associational Directory 3 

Brotherhood Directors 24 

Church Clerks 22 

Congregational Director}' 5 

Deacon Chairs 13 

Discipleship Training Directors 19 

Executive Board Representatives 10 

General Officers 3 

Music Director 17 

Other Ordained Ministers 9 

Standing Committees 26 

Sunday School Directors 15 

WMU Directors 20 

Budget 55 

Contributions to EBA (Three Years) 49 

Deceased Members (Our Beloved Dead) 32 

Historical Tables 60 

Messengers to Association 30 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 34 

Reports 37 

Bible Teaching (ACTeam) 48 

Brotherhood 46 

Discipleship Training 38 

Executive Committee 37 

Missions Ministries 39 

Nominating Committee 37 

Ordination Committee 38 

Treasurer Report 51 

Woman's Missionary Union 46 

Schedule of Meeting Places for EBA 49 

Statistical Tables 65 

Table of Contents 2 

Title Page 1 



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General Officers 

Moderator Michael Shook (Grove Pk) 609 NE Btvd, Clinton 28328 - 910-592-3937 

Vice Moderator Gene Hart (Garland) Box 1 87, Garland 28441 - 91 0-52^431 1 

Clerk Otfe King (Wells Chapel) P.O. Box 90, Harrells 28444 - 91 0-532-4528 

Associate Clerk Mark Best (Gamer's Ch.) .. 147 Willie Best Rd, Mt Olive 28365-919-658-3327 

Treasurer Gary Rouse (Rowan) 7113 Vista Dr, Clinton 28328 - 91 0-592-5287 

Assoc. Treas. Jo Robinson (Rowan) 4271 Turkey Hwy, Clinton 28328 - 910-592-3044 

Church Program Officers 
Music 

Director Barbara Vestal (Kenansville) .... PO Box 235, Kenansville 28349 - 910-296-2035 
Assoc. Dir. Rhonda Lucas (Teachey) 198 Carrie Wells Ln, Teachey 28464 - 910-285-7938 

Brotherhood 

Director H. L. Sanderson (Dobson Chapel) . . 1451 NC Hwy 11 S., Magnolia 28453 

910-289-4374 

Men's Ministry Mark Best (Garner's Chapel) 147 Willie Best Road, Mt. Olive, 28365 

919-658-3327 

Challengers Lee Everett (Immanuel) 910-525-4118 

RAs ~ John Brown (Immanuel) ... 318 Dixie Rd., Clinton 28328 -910-592-7833 

Discipleship Training 

Supporter Billy Todd (Grove Park) 1 1 Taylors Bridge Hwy. , Clinton 28328 91 0-592-3441 

Co- Supporter Don Gordon (FBC) P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive, N.C. 28365 

919-658-2062 

Bible Drill Coord. Jane Robinson (Turkey) . . PO Box 13, Turkey 28393 - 910-592-6818 

91 0-592-7081 (W) 

Sunday School ACTeam 

Director Roy Vestal (Kenansville) PO Box 1031, Magnolia 28453 

(H) 910-296-0211 

VBS Director Jerry Todd (Evergreen) P.O. Box 140, Harrells 28444 

(W) 910-532-4879 - (H) 910-532-2271 - FAX 910-532-4313 - das@intrstar.net 
Backyard Bible Club / Missions VBS Director Keith Bland (Dobson Chapel) 

1099 S. Dobson Chapel Rd., Magnolia 28453 - 910-296-1261 

Language Missions Consultant 

Pastor Consultant 

Adult Consultant 

Youth Consultant 

Children Consultants 

Older Evelyn Wood (Shiloh) . . 3587 Fountaintown Rd, Chinquapin 28521 
(H) 910-285-4764 - (W) 910-289-6439 x 4235 - FAX 910-289-6402 

ewood@murphyfarms.com 

Middle Kathy Quinn (Kenansville) P.O. Box 864, Kenansville 28349 

(H) 910-296-0420 - (W) 910-296-0420 - boquinn@dLtplinnet.com 

Younger Beckie Lakey (Kenansville) P.O. Box 874, Kenansville, 28349 

(H) 910-296-0723 - (W) 910-298-3125 - FAX 9 1 0-296-0407 kbch u rch@ i ntrsta r. net 
Preschool Consultants 

Older Melinda Nordan (Piney Grove) .... 206 Stewart Ave., Clinton 28328 
(H) 910-592-0301 - (W) 910-533-3444 - FAX 910-533-2121 min41@intrstar.net 

Middle Vonda Norris (Sharon) 220 S. NC 111, Chinquapin 28521 

(H) 910-285-3272 - (W) 910-298-4161 - kbaby@duplinnet.com 

Youger Beverly Hyatt ( ) 1230 Stokestown Rd. Wallace 28466 

(H) 910-285-8586 - (W) 910-285-4359 - FAX 910-285-4728 



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Woman's Missionary Union 

Director Rhonda Lucas (Teachey) 198 Carrie's Lane, Teachey, N.C. 

(H) 910-285-7938 - (W) 91 0-296-081 9 - FAX 910-296-0482 - rstiucas@intrstar.net 
Asst. Director / Secretary Lucille Yancey (Rowan) 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 28328 
(H) 910-592-3080 - FAX 910-292-6685 - tiel@intrstar.net 
Missions Growth Consultant Elizabeth Gordon (Mt. Olive FBC) . 103 Ridgecrest Dr., 

Mt. Olive 28365(H) 919-658-6293 
Asst. Missions Growth Consultant Paula Matthis (Clinton FBC) 

1690 Edmond Matthis Rd., Clinton 28328 - (H) 910-592-5802 
Church-wide Missions Involvement Consultant Ruth King (Piney Grove) 

1248 Darden Rd., Faison, 28341 - (H) 910-564-6697 
Asst. Church-wide Missions Involvement Consultant Susan Joyner (Magnolia) 

P.O. Box 184, Magnolia 28453 - (H) 910-289-5268 
Women on Mission Consultant Gail Naylor (Piney Grove) 41 1 Beaver Dam Dr. 

Clinton, 28328 - (H) 910-592-2944 
Asst. Women on Mission Consultant Daisy Chestnutt (Evergreen) 

199 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd., Magnolia, 28453 - (H) 910-532-6066 - (W) 910-532-4632 
Acteen Consultant 

Asst. Acteen Consultant Ann Byrd (Bear Marsh) (H) 919-658-3987 

1568 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive 28365 

GA Consultant Lori Martin (Turkey) ... 3215 Union School Rd., Clinton 28328 

(H) 910-592-9175 - Hiil@intrstar.net 

Asst. GA Consultant 

Ethnic / Language Culture Consultant Mary Evelyn Wells (Rose Hill) 

P.O. Box 66, Rose Hill 28458 - (H) 910-289-2691 - FAX 910-289-3520 

WSW@wilmington.net 

Assistant Language Consultant Laly Rangel (Monte Olivo) . PO Box 203, Mt. Olive, 

28365 -(H) 919-658-6293 

Area Consultants 

Clinton Dorothy Carr (Rowan) .... 386-Moltonville Rd., Clinton 28328 

(H) 910-592-1332 

Garland / Star Betty Sanderson (Siloam ) . . P. O. Box 110, Harrells 28444 

(H) 910-532-4211 

Faison / Warsaw Carolyn Drew (Warsaw) . 175 Drew Lane, Warsaw 28398 

(H) 910-293-7280 

Mt. Olive Marjorie Garris (Mt. Olive) 1442 Old Mt. Olive Hwy., Dudley 28333 

(H) 919-736-1825 

Wallace / Rose Hill Willard Fussell (Teachey) P.O. Box 1, Teachey 28464 

(H) 910-285-3180 

Denominational Representatives 

Annuity Board Eddie Wetherington (Grove Pk) 6995 Faison Hwy., Clinton 28328 

910-592-2898 

Children's Homes Allen Overton (Immanuel) PO Box 1694, Clinton 28328 - 910-592-3854 

Retirement Homes Aubrey Quakenbush (White Oak) 106 Finch St., Clinton 28328 

910-592^712 

Christian Higher Ed. Scott Frady (Calypso) PO Box 248, Calypso 28325 - 91 ^658-5223 

NC Bapt. Foundation Tyanna Day (Rowan) 132 Reedsford Rd., Clinton 23328 

910592-7268 

Baptist Hospital Gerald Quinn (Warsaw) 506 Lakeshore Dr, Warsaw 28398 

910-293^579 

Biblical Recorder Millard Bounds (Mt. Olive) . . 2609 Emmaus Church Rd., Dudley 28333 

919-658-5479 



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DIRECTORY OF CONGREGATIONS AND MINISTERS 



Church 
Location I 



e-mail address 
Mailing Address 



ALBERTSON 

NC 903 (just N. of intersection with NC 11 1 
Interim Pastor: Don Gray 

ALUM SPRINGS (919) 658-2787 

131 Alum Springs Church Rd. 

Pastor: J. Elwood Oliver {Etta} 



PO Box 37, Albertson, NC 28501 



PO Box 549, Pink Hill, NC 28572 
(919)658-2787 



BEAR MARSH (919) 658-6133 

1649 Beautancus Rd. 1649 Beautancus Rd., Mt. Olive, NC 28465 

Pastor: Macon Wood {Elisa} 

BEULAH 

592 Lake Artesia Rd., Turkey 

Pastor: Lonnie Cook {Carolyn} 

BEULAVILLE (910) 298-3434 

601 E. Main St. 

Pastor: Robert L. Hunter, Jr. {Denise} 



(919)658-6133 



778 King Rd., Clinton 28328 
(910)533-2445 



PO Box 394 Beulaville, NC 28518 
(910)298-4060 



BROWN (910)564-6060 
2009 Browns Church Rd. 

Pastor: Frank Turner {Lua} 

CALVARY (910)293-7458 
709 Memorial Dr. 

Pastor: Tim Gore {Joie} 

CALYPSO (919) 658-5223 

132 E. Church St. . 

Pastor: Scott Frady {Dana} 



CENTER 



(910) 532-2118 



brownbaptchurch(g)jntrstar.net 
206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 592-7156 



110 Wade St., Warsaw, NC 28398 
(910)293-7458 

scottf40@gatewa y. net 
PO Box 248, Calypso, NC 28325 
(919)658-5223 



7954 Harrells Hwy., Garland, NC 28441 



CLINTON, FIRST (910) 592-8124 (910) 592-6109 FAX fbcQ 08 (5) tntrstar.net 
408 College St. PO Box 837, Clinton, NC 28328 

Transition Pastor, Darden B. Battle {Carole} (910) 990-1284 

Min. to Senior Adults/Organist, Jean Hatch (910) 592-6215 

Interim Music Director, Connie Hardison (910) 592-4924 

Youth Minister, Blake Dempsey 

CONCORD (910) 289-3718 (91 0) 285-6409 FAX jwj519@intrstar.net 

3197 S. NC 903, Rose Hill 639 E. Southerland St., Wallace, NC 28466 

Pastor: James W. Johnson {Charlotte} (910) 285-4206 



CORINTH (910) 289-4787 

767 Corinth Church Rd. 313 N. Duplin Street, Wallace 28466 

Interim Pastor: Richard Phillips {Mitzie} (910) 285-2678 



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DOBSON CHAPEL (910) 296-1473 

1473 S. NC 50 (at Dobson Chapel Rd.) 1540 S. NC 50, Magnolia, NC 28453 

Pastor: Arnold Gosnell {Sandy} (910) 296-0840 

EVERGREEN (910) 532-4757 

S. US 421 at Magnolia-Lisbon Rd. 110 Taylors Bridge Hwy. Clinton 28328 

Pastor: Billy Todd , Interim {Glenda} (910) 592-3441 

FAISON (910) 267-5301 

511 W. Main St 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd. Mt. Olive, 28365 
Faison, NC 28341 (919) 658-4600 

Pastor: Paul Rose { Betty} 

GARLAND (910) 529-5201 

Second St. 

Pastor: Dr. Dean Martin, Interim 

GARNER'S CHAPEL (919) 658-8641 (Clerk) ranalbert@earthlink.net 

1535 Garner's Chapel Rd. 1365 Garner's Chapel Rd., Mt. Olive, NC 28365 

Intentional Interim Pastor: M Carlysle Franks {Irma} (919) 821-3800 

GROVE PARK (910) 592-3937 (910) 592-3753 FAX gpbc@intrstar.net 

609 Northeast Blvd. 609 Northeast Blvd., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Michael Shook {Barbara} (910) 564-2794 

Min. of Music: Judy Ritchie (910) 590-3501 

HICKORY GROVE (910) 564-2591 iohnny@intrstar.net 
11455 US 421 N. 11455 US 421 N., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Johnny Armstrong {Carol} (910) 564-2495 

IMMANUEL (910)592-3854 (91 0) 592-7045 FAX overchQ1@intrstar.net 

1017 Sunset Ave. PO Box 1694, Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: C. Allen Overton {Joanne} (910) 592-3360 

INGOLD (910) 529-1489 

1561 Old US 701, Ingold 106 Finch St., Clinton.NC 28328 

Interim Pastor: Aubrey Quakenbush {Sally} (91 0)592-471 2 

ISLAND CREEK (910) 289-2606 

237 Pasture Branch Rd. 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill, NC 28458 

Pastor: Ronald Ginn {Sylvia} (910) 289-2606 

JOHNSON (910)293-4757 farcarm@carolina.net 

477 Johnson Church Rd. 477 Johnson Church Rd., Warsaw, NC 28398 

Pastor: Farrell H. Miller {Carol} (910) 293-4980 

KENANSVILLE (910)296-1137 (91 0)296-0407 FAX kbchurch@intrstar.net 

114 Routledge Rd PO Box 865, Kenansville, NC 28349-0874 

Pastor: D. Gene Lakey, Jr. {Beckie} (910) 296-0723 

MAGNOLIA (910) 289-221 7 

208 E. Main St. PO Box 96, Magnolia, NC 28453 

Pastor: Larry Blount {Margaret} (910) 289-2275 



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MISION BAUTISTA EMANUEL 

408 W. Main St. (FBC, Wallace) % Rose Hill Baptist Church 
Pastor: 

MISION BAUTISTA GETSEMANI 

120 W. College St. 118 S. Bell St., Warsaw, NC 28398 

Pastor: Pedro Almendariz {Maria} (910) 293-9361 

MISION BAUTISTA MARANATHA (910) 596-0078 fbc408@intrstar.net 

1001 McKoy St. 2941 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Pedro Bueno {Amarilis} (910) 590-3390 

MISION MONTE OLIVO (919) 658-0226 fbcmo@vahoo.com 

627 Whitfield Rd. PO Box 203, Mount Olive, NC 28365 

Pastor: Vicente Rangel {Laly} (919) 658-6293 

MOUNT GILEAD (91 0) 592-6533 

3949 Taylor's Bridge Hwy. 3921 Taylor's Bridge Hwy., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor Larry King {Pat} (91 0) 592-6533 

MOUNT OLIVE, FIRST (919) 658-2062 fbcmo@vahoo.com 

300 N. Chestnut St. PO Box 203, Mount Olive, NC 28365 

Pastor: Don Gordon {Elizabeth} (919) 658-6293 

MOUNTVERNON (910) 533-3164 

3970 Faison Hwy. 3515 Faison Hwy., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: (910)533-3099 

NEW HOPE (910) 533-3417 

4970 New Hope Church Rd. (at Cornwallis) 1710 Howard Rd., Autryville, NC 28318 

Pastor: Ray Smith {Deborah} (910) 567-6230 

PEACE (919)658-2062 erouse@duplinnet.com 

323 E. Church St., Calypso 303 E. Hill St., Warsaw, NC 28398 

Pastor: Edgar A. Rouse {Carolyn} (91 0) 293-21 27 

PINEY GROVE (91 0) 564-6061 

1818 N. McCullen Rd. ^ 2600 N. McCullen Rd., Faison, NC 28341 

Pastor: Joel Story {Teresa} (910) 564-4848 



POPLAR GROVE (91 0) 267-71 91 

90 Giddensville Rd. 416 Lafayette St., Clinton, N.C. 28328 

Pastor: Bobby Trott {Diane} 

POSTON (910) 285-2439 (910) 285-8218 FAX 

4121 NC 11 Hwy. 4121 NC 11 Hwy., Wallace, NC 28466 

Pastor: James W. Creech {Peggy} (910) 285-2476 

Assoc. Pastor/Youth & Children: Tripp Foltz {Sheila} (910) 285-0981 

POSTON DEAF MISSION (910) 285-2439 

4121 NC 11 Hwy. 1130 Thornrose Way, Wake Forest, NC 27587 

Pastor: Charles (Chip) Penland 



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ROSE HILL (910) 289-2250 

401 E. Main St. PO Box 459, Rose Hill, NC 28458 

Pastor: Dean Beck {Donna} (910) 289-3221 

ROWAN (910) 592-7508 (91 0) 592-7508 FAX .qdayrbc@aol.com 

701 Rowan Rd. 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Gregory Day {Tyanna} (910) 592-7268 

SERENITY (910) 596-0594 

1590 Ozzie Rd. 1364 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: James O. Flowers {Glenda} (910) 592-5686 

SHARON (910)285-4391 

NC 41 & 50 PO Box 126, Chinquapin, NC 28521 

Pastor: Patrick G. Trobough {Beverly} (91 0) 285-3062 

SHILOH (910)285-2636 (910)285-1685 redinq@NCNets.net 

4587 S. NC 50 4601 S. NC 50 Hwy, Chinquapin, NC 28521 

Pastor: Dan Sellers {Faye} (910) 285-2431 

SILOAM (919)532-4077 tqreg52@intrstar.net 

833 Tomahawk Hwy. 833 Tomahawk Hwy, Harrells, NC 28444 

Pastor: Timothy G. Register {Lynn} (910) 532-4444 

TEACHEY 

East Ave. PO Box 1 58, Teachey, NC 28464 

Pastor: Robert Cornwell {Denise} (910) 285-2788 

TURKEY (910)592-5562 maqmac@intrstar.net 

144 E. Faison Ave. PO Box 159, Turkey, NC 28393 

Pastor: D. Mack Musselwhite {Margaret} (910) 592-2056 

UNION GROVE 

863 Boney Mill Rd. 952 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 

Pastor: Odell Peterson {Barbara} (910) 592-7000 

WARSAW (910) 293-4236 

209 E. College St. 209 E. College St., Warsaw, NC 28398 

Pastor: Louis Hill {Venessia} (910) 293-7479 

WELLS CHAPEL (910)532-4210 www.wellschapel.org 
8565 S. NC 41 PO Box 90, Harrells, NC 28444-0090 

Pastor: Ottis King {Nancy} (910) 532-4528 

WHITE OAK (910) 564-2343 (910) 829-7950 

310 White Oak Church Rd. PO Box 747, Salemburg, NC 28385 

Pastor: Davis Benton {Jeannette} (910) 525-4319 

VIDA ETERNA 

S. US 421 at Magnolia-Lisbon Rd. 38 Burress Ln., Rose Hill, NC 28458 

Pastor: Javier Soto {Juana} (910) 532-2167 



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Other Ordained Ministers 



Clinton First 

lev. Bob Bailey (910) 299-0289 

41 1 Elizabeth Street, Apt. D 
Clinton, NC 28328 

lev. Clyde Davis 
PO Box 837 

Clinton, NC 28329-0837 

lev. Ken Eanes (910) 592-2894 

43 Sir Clinton Apts 
Clinton, NC 28328-3640 

lev. Jean B. Hatch (910) 592-81 24 

PO Box 837 

Clinton, NC 28329-0837 

Lev. Mel Taylor (910) 592-32 1 1 

312 E Johnson St 
Clinton, NC 28328-2826 

jrove Park 

Lev. James Parson (9 1 0) 592-3937 

609 Northeast Blvd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2011 

lev. Billy Todd (910) 592-3937 

609 Northeast Blvd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2011 

lev. Eddie Wetherington (910) 592-3937 
609 Northeast Blvd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2011 

mmanuel 

lev. Wade Thompson (9 1 0) 592-24 1 5 
603 Stewart Ave 
Clinton, NC 28328-2627 



Kenansville 

Rev. Dale Myers (910) 285-2324 

PO Box 99 

Teachey, NC 28464-0099 

Rev. Roy Vestal (910) 296-02 1 1 

PO Box 1031 

Kenansville, NC 28349-1031 
Mount Olive First 

Rev. Gerald Garris (919) 736-1825 

1442 Old Mt Olive Hwy 
Mount Olive, NC 28365 

Rowan 

Rev. Tyanna Day (910) 592-7268 

132 Reedsford Road 
Clinton, NC 28328-0 

Warsaw 

Rev. Graham Elmore 
307 E Pollock St 
Warsaw, NC 28398-1529 

Rev. Dan Jolly (910) 293-744 1 

110 Short St 

Warsaw, NC 28398-1539 

Rev. Mitchell Rivenbark (910) 293-7496 
PO Box 463 

Warsaw, NC 28398-0463 




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Representatives on 

Alum Springs 

Marie K. Harper 

1503 White Flash Rd 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-5481 

(919) 658-3614 
Mr. Larry W. Harper 

1503 White Flash Rd. 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 

(252) 568-3614 
Bear Marsh 
Elbert Davis 

1 569 Beautancus Rd 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-5229 

(919)658-2842 
Edison Pate 

285 Maysville School Rd 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-6543 

(919)658-3624 
Beulah 

Mr. Patrick Byrd 

592 LakeArtesia Rd 

Turkey, NC 28393-9096 

(910)533-3232 
Helen C. Massey 

6424 Turkey Hwy. 

Turkey, NC 28393 

(910) 592-6530 
Brown 

Mr. Roy R. Cartrette 

320 Old Drag Strip Rd 

Clinton, NC 28328-7614 

(910) 592-2025 
Jim Corbett 

157 Hargrove Rd. 

Clinton, NC 28328 

(910) 592-6302 
Calypso 

Mr. Thomas Albritton 
PO Box 245 

Calypso, NC 28325-0245 
(919)658-2602 
Mr. James Baker 
PO Box 164 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-0164 
(919)658-4984 
Clinton First 

Mrs. Edith Lee 

503 Woodrow St 

Clinton, NC 28328-2631 

(910) 592-4484 
Mrs. Margaret Underwood 

256 Nathan Dudley Rd 

Clinton, NC 28328-8735 

(910) 592-2450 

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Association Board 

Concord 

Mr. Gary Bell 

749 Wards Rd. 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-8763 
Mr. Steve Boone 

2265 Cornwallis Rd 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-8740 

(910)289-3434 
Mr. Bill Usher 

318 N Monk St 

Magnolia, NC 28453-8878 

(910)289-2402 
Mrs. Juanita Wells 

995 Wells TownRd. 

Teachey,NC 28464 

(910)285-2495 
Corinth 

Mr. Charles Knowles 

189 Powell-Page Rd. 

Wallace, NC 28466 

(910)532-2320 
Mrs. Emily Knowles 

189 Powell-Page Rd. 

Wallace, NC 28466 

(910)532-2320 
Dobson Chapel 
Mr. Russell Brown 

354 Stockinghead Rd 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-8574 

(910) 289-2228 
Mr. Eugene Nethercutt 

1444 Dobson Chapel Rd S 

Magnolia, NC 28453-8674 

(910) 296-0635 
Evergreen 
Mr. Dennis Davis 

2576 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Rd. 

Rose Hill, NC 28458 

(910) 532-2102 
Faison 

Mrs. Helen Britt 
PO Box 212 

Faison, NC 28341-0212 
(910) 267-3391 
Faison 

Ladeane Little 

214 N Faison Ave 

Faison, NC 28341-7604 

(910)267-1230 
Garland 
Mr. Gene Hart 

PO Box 187 

Garland, NC 28441-0187 
(910) 529-4311 



Representatives on 

Garland 

Mr. Frank Morris 
PO Box 191 

Garland, NC 28441-0191 
(910) 529-9161 
Grove Park 

Mrs. Muriel Wetherington 

609 Northeast Blvd 

Clinton, NC 28328-2011 

(910) 592-3937 
Rev. Eddie Wetherington 

609 Northeast Blvd 

Clinton, NC 28328-2011 

(910)592-3937 
Emmanuel 
Mr. John T. Brown 

318 Dixie Rd 

Clinton, NC 28328-1085 

(910) 592-7833 
Mr. John Owens 

1000 Warren St 

Clinton, NC 28328-3248 

(910) 592-2636 
Ingold 

Mr. Norwood Carter 

1500 Lisbon Bridge Rd 

Garland, NC 28441-8430 

(910) 529-1921 
Mr. O. L. Matthis 

Old US 701 Hwy 

Ingold, NC 28328-6553 

(910) 529-4181 
Island Creek 
Mr. Harry Bradshaw 

211 Dogwood St 

Rose Hill, NC 28458 

(910)289-3889 
Mr. Wayne Cobb 

204 Wintercress Lane 

Watha,NC 28471 

(910) 285-0542 
Johnson 

Mr. Dennis Kirby 
PO Box 475 

Kenansville, NC 28349-0475 

(910)296-0031 
Rev. Farrell H. Miller Sr. 

477 Johnson Church Rd 

Warsaw, NC 28398-8743 

(910) 293-4757 
Mrs. Violette Phillips 

PO Box 720 

Kenansville, NC 28349-0720 
(910) 296-1038 

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Association Board 
Kenansville 

Mr. Curtis Smith 

105 Precythe St. 

Kenansville, NC 28349 

(910) 296-0672 
Mr. Brinson Vestal 

PO Box 810 

Kenansville, NC 28349-0810 

(910)296-0603 
Magnolia 
Mr. Kenneth Baker 

269 Sheffield Rd 

Magnolia, NC 28453-8937 

(910)289-2313 
Mr. Tommy Kissner 

116 W Main St 

Magnolia, NC 28453-9049 

(910) 289-3036 
Mision Bautista Getsemani 
Rev. Pedro Almendariz 

118 S. Bell St 

Warsaw, NC 28398-1604 

(910)293-9361 
Mision Bautista Maranatha 
Rev. Pedro Bueno 

2941 Rowan Rd 

Clinton, NC 28328-0643 

(910) 590-3390 
Mount Gilead 
Lonnie J. Bass 

926 W Mount Gilead Church Rd 

Clinton, NC 28328-0610 

(910) 592-4074 
Mrs. Eunice Bass 

926 W. Mt. Gilead Rd. 

Clinton, NC 18328 

(910) 592-4074 
Mount Olive First 
Mr. Glenn Brodgen 

409 W James St 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-1504 

(919)658-5502 
Mr. Louis Pate 

102 Meredith St 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-1536 

(919)658-6170 
Mount Vernon 
Mr. Tate Pope 

258 Beaver Rd. 

Clinton, NC 28328 

(910) 533-3454 
Mrs. Tate Pope 

258 Beaver Rd 

Clinton, NC 28328-0807 



Representatives on 



Piney Grove 

Mr. Newitt Norris 

6860 Faison Hwy 

Faison,NC 28341-5807 

(910) 533-3139 
Mr. Frederick Thornton 

787 E. Darden Rd. 

Faison, NC 28341 

(910) 564-2188 
Poplar Grove 
Mr. Garland Britt 

Lake Artesia Rd 

Faison, NC 28341 
Mr. Wilbert Massey 

3707 Lake Artesia Rd 

Faison, NC 28341-6013 

(910) 533-3721 
Poston 

Rev. Tripp Foltz 

PO Box 1123 

Wallace, NC 28466-0123 

(910)285-0981 
Rose Hill 

Mr. Clarence Brown 
PO Box 459 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-0459 
Mr. W. S. Wells Jr. 
PO Box 459 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-0459 
Rowan 

Frankie Baldwin 

2530 Old Warsaw Rd 

Clinton, NC 28328-0788 

(910) 592-6753 
Donald Pope 

PO Box 411 

Clinton, NC 28328-0411 
(910) 592-3437 
Sharon 

Mr. Raybourne Batchelor 

200 Norwood Blanchard Rd 
Chinquapin, NC 28521 
(910)285-2587 

Norma Batchelor 

200 Norwood Blanchard Rd 
Chinquapin, NC 28512 
(910)285-2587 

Siloam 

Mr. Robert O. Sanderson 
PO Box 110 

Harrells,NC 28444-0110 
(910) 532-4211 
Mrs. Betty Sanderson 
PO Box 110 

Harrells,NC 28444-0110 
(910) 532-4211 



Association Board 
Teachey 

Mr. Ernest Dixon 
P. O. Box 429 
Wallace, NC 28466 
(910)285-2388 

Mr. Leland Mcgill 

108 N Teachey Rd 
Wallace, NC 28466-2740 
(910)285-2360 

Turkey 

Mr. A. B. Carter 

144 W Faison Ave 

Turkey, NC 28393-8474 

(910) 592-5562 
Mr. Henry J. Register 

1935 Wilmington Rd 

Turkey, NC 28393-8593 

(910) 533-3845 
Union Grove 
Mr. Raeford Carter 

880 Kenneth Carter Rd 

Clinton, NC 28328-6676 

(910) 592-7222 
Mr. Glenwood Fryar 

157 Boney Mill Rd 

Clinton, NC 28328-7542 

(910) 592-8274 
Warsaw 
Dr. Louis R. Hill 

209 E College St 

Warsaw, NC 28398-1910 

(910)293-4236 
Mr. Charles Sutton 

508 E College St 

Warsaw, NC 28398-2103 
Wells Chapel, Harrells 
Mr. Percy L. Carter 

1322Rufus Wells Rd 

Willard,NC 28478-9648 

(910) 532-4997 
Mr. Harry Hoover 

340 Wilmington Hwy 

Harrells, NC 28444-9515 

(910) 532-4336 
White Oak, Clinton 
Mr. Elliot Spell 

106 Deer Track Dr. 

Clinton, NC 28328 

(910) 592-7691 
Mrs. Ann Spell 

106 Deer Track Dr. 

Clinton, NC 28328-3100 

(910) 592-8998 



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Deacon Chairpersons 



Alum Springs 

Mr. Larry W. Harper 

1503 White Flash Rd. 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
(252) 568-3614 

Bear Marsh 

Edison Pate 

285 Maysville School Rd 
Mount Olive, NC 28365-6543 
(919) 658-3624 

Beulah 

Mr. Doug Gregory 

4650 Dave Bright Rd. 
Turkey, NC 28393 
(910) 533-3122 

Beulaville 

Mr. Frank Thomas 
601 EMain St 
Beulaville, NC 28518-8711 
(910)298-3434 

Brown 

Mr. Jimmy A. Can 
4423 Keener Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-8063 



Calypso 

Mr. Greg Wiggins 
PO Box 248 

Calypso, NC 28325-0248 



Center 

Ray A. Canon 

6141 HarrellsHwy 
Garland, NC 28441-8485 
(910) 532^552 

Clinton First 

Mr. Ben Wright 

300 Arrowhead Drive 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 592-3476 

Concord 

Mr. Murphy Drew 

493 Blue Newkirk Rd. 
Magnolia, NC 28453 
(910)289-4609 



Corinth 

Mr. George R. Jones 
668 Fussell Rd 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-7702 
(910)289-3494 

Dobson Chapel 

Mr. Timothy Nethercutt 
PO Box 702 

Kenansville, NC 28349-0702 
(910)296-1685 

Evergreen 

Mr. Jerry Todd 
POBox21 

Harrells,NC 28444-0021 
(910)532-2271 

Faison 

Mr. Richard Whitman 
731 VeachsMill Rd 
Warsaw, NC 28398-8568 
(910) 293-3057 

Garland 

Mr. Gene Hart 
PO Box 187 

Garland, NC 28441-0187 
(910) 529-4311 

Grove Park 

Mr. Chris Farm 

609 Northeast Blvd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2011 
(910) 592-3937 

Ingold 

Mr. Norwood Carter 

1500 Lisbon Bridge Rd 
Garland, NC 28441-8430 
(910) 529-1921 

Island Creek 

Mr. Daniel Norris 
156 Raleigh St. 
Teachey,NC 28464 
(910)285-2757 

Johnson 

Mr. Boyce Boyette 
306 Boyette Rd 
Warsaw, NC 28398-8813 
(910)293-7367 



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Deacon Chairpersons 



Kenansville 

Mr. Bob Swain 

126 Henry Middleton Rd 
Warsaw, NC 28398-8746 
(910)293-7777 

Magnolia 

Mr. Kenneth Baker 
269 Sheffield Rd 
Magnolia, NC 28453-8937 
(910)289-2313 

Mision Bautista Maranatha 

Mr. Remigio Resendiz 
1450 Rowan Rd. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 590-3390 

Mount Gilead 

Lonnie J. Bass 

926 W Mount Gilead Church Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-0610 
(910)592-4074 

Mount Olive First 

Mr. Doug Courchene 
104 Meredith St. 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
(919)658-5502 

Peace 

Mr. Ken Powell 
PO Box 441 

Calypso, NC 28325-0441 
(919)658-8073 

Piney Grove 

Mr. Gary W. Weeks 

3125 Isaac Weeks Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-5767 
(910) 533-3385 

Poplar Grove 

Mr. Wilbert Massey 

3707 Lake Artesia Rd 
Faison,NC 28341-6013 
(910) 533-3721 

Poston 

Mr. Derrik Parker 

5704 NC Hwy 50 South 
Wallace, NC 28466 
(910)285-5486 

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Rose Hill 

Mr. Greg W. Salmon 
PO Box 459 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-0459 



Rowan, Clinton 

Mr. Tommy Sloan 
500 Fairway Dr. 
Dunn,NC 28334 
(910) 892-1227 

Siloam, Harrells 

Wayne Cannady 

424 Tomahawk Hwy. 
Harrells, NC 28444 
(910) 532-4235 

Teachey 

Mr. Robert Lucas 
1 98 Carrie Lane 
Teachey, NC 28464 
(910)285-7938 

Turkey 

Mr. Frank Bradshaw 

273 Beulah Church Road 
Turkey, NC 28393 
(910) 533-3921 

Union Grove, Clinton 

Mr. Glenwood Fryar 
157 Boney Mill Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-7542 
(910) 592-8274 

Warsaw 

Mr. Ben Ellenburg 
PO Box 444 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
(910)293-4398 

Wells Chapel, Harrells 

Mr. Jim Moody 

2241 Wallace Hwy 
Wallace, NC 28466-9627 
(910)532-4479 

White Oak, Clinton 

Mr. Elliot Spell 

106 Deer Track Dr. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 592-7691 



Sunday School Director 



Alum Springs 

Mr. Larry W. Harper 

1503 White Flash Rd. 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
(252) 568-3614 

Bear Marsh 

Mr. Darwin Byrd 

1602 Beautancus Rd. 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
(919) 658-2442 

Beulah 

Mrs. Virginia Byrd 

660 Lake Artesia Rd 
Turkey, NC 28393-9096 

Beulaville 

F. H. Danley 

601 E Main St 

Beulaville, NC 28518-8711 

(910) 298-3434 

Brown 

Mr. Jimmy A. Carr 
4423 Keener Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-8063 

Calypso 

Mr. Randy Rouse 

207 E. Pine Forrest Rd. 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
(919) 658-2368 

Center 

Ray A. Canon 

6141 HarrellsHwy 
Garland, NC 28441-8485 
(910)532-4552 

Clinton First 

Mrs. Lou Royal 
408 College St 
Clinton, NC 28328-4010 
(910) 592-8124 



Corinth 

Mr. Edward Jackson 

174 Williams Taylor Creek Rd 
Teachey,NC 28464-9475 
(910)289-2461 

Dobson Chapel 

Mrs. Joan Barnette 
PO Box 857 
Kenansville, NC 28349 
(910)296-1771 

Evergreen 

Mr. Sherwood Johnson 

11150 Taylors Bridge Hwy 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-8612 
(910) 532-2366 

Faison 

Mr. Glenn Jernigan 
P. O. Box 278 
Faison, NC 28341 
(910) 267-3861 

Garland 

Mr. Frank Morris 
PO Box 191 

Garland, NC 28441-0191 
(910) 529-9161 

Grove Park 

Mr. Carroll Royal 

609 Northeast Blvd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2011 
(910) 592-3937 

Immanuel 

Mr. Paul Tippett 

203 Bradshaw St 
Clinton, NC 28328-2425 
(910) 592-4052 

Ingold 

Mr. Bobby H. Lamb 

931 Lisbon Bridge Rd 
Garland, NC 28441-8419 
(910) 529-5961 



Concord 

Mr. Gary Bell 

749 Wards Rd. 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-8763 



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Island Creek 

Mr. George Brown 

466 Island Creek Rd 
Wallace, NC 28466-6027 
(910)285-2540 



Sunday School Director 



Johnson 

Mrs. Ellen Bell 

235 Cy Cavenaugh Rd 
Warsaw, NC 28398-7649 
(910)293-3194 



Mount Vernon 

Tony Rackley 

631 CartertownRd 
Clinton, NC 28328-7439 
(910) 590-3313 



Kenansville 

Ms. Rebecca Oliver 
P. O. Box 32 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
(910)293-4461 

Magnolia 

Mr. Stanley Baker 
P. O. Box 366 
Magnolia, NC 28453 
(910)289-2952 

Mision Bautista Maranatha 

Mrs. Delores Billarreal 
P. O. Box 837 
Clinton, NC 29329 



Mision Monte Olivo 

Mr. Enrique Nunez 

2599 West Wards Bridge Road 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
(910) 296-1136 

Mision Bautista Maranatha 

Mrs. Delores Billarreal 
P. O. Box 837 
Clinton, NC 29329 

Mision Monte Olivo 

Mr. Enrique Nunez 

2599 West Wards Bridge Road 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
(910)296-1136 

Mount Gilead 

Byron Bass 

3808 Taylors Bridge Hwy 
Clinton, NC 28328-0604 
(910) 592-1666 

Mount Olive First 

Mrs. Jenny Jeanes 

706 Club Knolls Rd 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-9401 

(919)658-9597 



Peace 

Mr. Ken Powell 
PO Box 441 

Calypso, NC 28325-0441 
(919) 658-8073 

Piney Grove 

Mr. Dewitt King 

1248EDardenRd 
Faison,NC 28341-5950 
(910) 564-6697 

Poplar Grove 

Mr. Grover Miller 
8924 Faison Hwy 
Faison,NC 28341-5848 
(910) 533-3342 

Poston 

Mr. Jerry Teachey 

7086 US Highway 117 N 
Watha,NC 28471-8422 
(910)285-5113 

Rose Hill 

Mr. Ross Powell 
PO Box 459 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-0459 

Rowan, Clinton 

Judye Tart 

45 Panhandle 
Faison, NC 28341 
(910) 533-2413 

Sharon, Chinquapin 

Lori Lynn Kennedy 
634 NC Hwy 11 S 
Chinquapin, NC 28521 
(910) 285-5320 

Siloam, Harrells 

Mr. Timothy L. Rose 

1345 Wilmington Hwy 
Harrells, NC 28444-9522 
(910) 532-2021 



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Sunday School Director 



Teachey 

Mrs. Norita Boney 
PO Box 122 

Teachey, NC 28464-0122 
(910)285-3497 

Turkey 

Mr. David Tew 

925 Bowden Rd 
Turkey, NC 28393-8825 
(910) 533-2092 

White Oak, Clinton 

Mrs. Grace Odum 

4740 Roseboro Hwy. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910)592-6238 

Music Director 

Alum Springs 

Ms. Diana Herring 
P. O. Box 145 
Pink Hill, NC 28572 
(252) 568-4862 

Bear Marsh 

Renee Bell 

368 Jones-Turner Rd. 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
(919) 658-2192 

Beulaville 

601 E Main St 

Beulaville, NC 28518-8711 

(910)298-3434 

Brown 

Mrs. Lua C. Turner 
206 Kimbrough Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2010 
(910) 592-7156 

Calypso 

Mrs. Pam Riggle 
1030 Dill St 

Mount Olive, NC 28365 
(919) 658-5693 



Union Grove, Clinton 

Mr. Raeford Carter 

880 Kenneth Carter Rd v , 
Clinton, NC 28328-6676 
(910) 592-7222 

Wells Chapel, Harrel 

Mr. Kalton R. Newkirk 
8390 Willard Rd 
Willard,NC 28478-9628 
(910) 532-4547 



Clinton First 

Mrs. Connie Hardison 
PO Box 837 

Clinton, NC 28329-0837 
(910) 592-4924 

Concord 

Mrs. Sandra W. Boone 
2265 Cornwallis Rd 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-8740 
(910)289-3434 

Dobson Chapel 

Mrs. Janet Register 

221 Stockinghead Rd 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-8575 
(910)289-3367 

Evergreen 

Mr. Geoffrey Tart 

63 E Magnolia Lisbon Rd 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-8611 
(910) 532-2822 

Garland 

Mr. Gene Hart 
PO Box 187 

Garland, NC 28441-0187 
(910) 529-4311 



Grove Park 

Mrs. Elizabeth Zaccardi 
609 Northeast Blvd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2011 
(910) 592-3937 

Immanuel 

Joanne Overton 

P. O. Box 1694 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 592-3360 

Ingold 

Mr. Bobby H. Lamb 

931 Lisbon Bridge Rd 
Garland, NC 28441-8419 
(910) 529-5961 

Island Creek 

Mr. Johnny Norris 

192 Island Creek Rd 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-8526 
(910)289-3210 

Johnson 

Mrs. Barbara Bell 
324 Chestnut Rd 
Warsaw, NC 28398-7638 
(910)289-4267 

Kenansville 

Mrs. Barbara Vestal 
PO Box 235 

Kenansville, NC 28349-0235 
(910)296-2035 

Magnolia 

Mrs. Rita Brown 

2231 US 117Hwy S 
Magnolia, NC 28453 
(910)289-2416 

Mision Maranatha 

Mr. Remigio Resendiz 
1450 Rowan Rd. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 590-3390 



Music Director 

Mount Vernon 

Diane Quinn 

1028 Pine Ridge Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-0832 
(910) 533-2426 

Peace 

Mrs. Becky Kriger 
323 Church St 
Calypso, NC 28325-0331 
(919)658-8004 

Poston 

Mrs. Billie Murray 
221 N. First St. 
Wallace, NC 28466 
(910)285-2855 

Rose Hill 

Mrs. Linda Murphy 
PO Box 459 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-0459 



Sharon, Chinquapin 

Mrs Betty Brant 

2832 SNC41 50 Hwy 
Chinquapin, NC 28521-8504 
(910)285-3044 

Teachey 

Rhonda Lucas 

1 98 Carrie Lane 
Teachey, NC 28464 
(910)285-7938 

Turkey 

Mrs. Mae P. Pinyatello 
351 Thomson Ave 
Turkey, NC 28393-8803 
(910) 533-3293 

Wells Chapel, Harrel 

Mrs. Geraldine F. Johnson 
PO Box 146 

Harrells,NC 28444-0146 
(910) 532-4573 



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Discipleship Training Director 



Beulaville 

Mrs. Denise Hunter 
601 EMain St 
Beulaville, NC 28518-8711 
(910)298-3434 

Dobson Chapel 

Rev. Arnold P. Gosnell 

1540 SNC Highway 50 
Magnolia, NC 28453-8844 
(910)296-0840 

Garland 

J T Riley 

PO Box 182 

Garland, NC 28441-0182 
(910) 529-4941 

Grove Park 

Mr. Billy Todd 

609 Northeast Blvd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2011 
(910) 592-3937 

Immanuel 

Mr. Lawrence May 
1117 0zzieRd 
Clinton, NC 28328-6341 
(910) 590-2736 

Johnson 

Rev. Farrell H. Miller Sr. 
477 Johnson Church Rd 
Warsaw, NC 28398-8743 
(910)293-4757 

Kenansville 

Rev. D. G. Lakey Jr. 
PO Box 874 

Kenansville, NC 28349-0874 
(910)296-0723 

Mision Bautista Maranatha 

Rev. Pedro Bueno 
2941 Rowan Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-0643 
(910) 590-3390 



Mount Olive First 

Margaret A. Parvin 
502 W Main St 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-1904 
(919) 658-4084 

Peace 

Mr. Ken Powell 
PO Box 441 

Calypso, NC 28325-0441 
(919) 658-8073 

Poston 

Mr. Terry Duff 
1 10 Murray Ln 
Wallace, NC 28466-6194 
(910)285-4869 

Rowan, Clinton 

Tyanna Day 

132 Reedsford Road 
Clinton, NC 28328-0 



Siloam, Harrells 

Mrs. Dee Cannady 

424 Tomahawk Hwy 
Harrells, NC 28444-7778 
(910) 532-4235 

Turkey 

Rev. Douglas M. Musselwhite 

P.O. Box 148 25 E. Railroad St. 
Turkey, NC 28393 
(910) 592-2056 

Wells Chapel, Harrells 

Mr. Eddie King 

1591 Rufus Wells Rd 
Willard,NC 28478-7398 
(910) 532-2392 



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WMU Director 



Alum Springs 

Mrs. Kaye Taylor 

4063 N NC 1 1 1 Hwy 
Albertson,NC 28508-9521 
(919) 658-5364 



Dobson Chapel 

Mrs. Danielle Sheffield 

1537 SNC Highway 50 
Magnolia, NC 28453-8845 
(910)296-0613 



Bear Marsh 

Alice Faulk 

641 NC Hwy 403 West 
Mount Olive, NC 28365 
(919) 658-3611 



Evergreen 

Mrs. Daisy J. Chestnut 

1 99 E Magnolia Lisbon Rd 
Magnolia, NC 28453-7853 
(910) 532-2632 



Beulah 

Mrs. Pinda Byrd 

592 Lake Artesia Rd 
Turkey, NC 28393-9096 
(910) 533-3232 



Faison 

Mrs. Mollie Foss 

11920 Suttontown Rd 
Faison, NC 28341-7354 
(910) 267-5091 



Brown 

Mrs. Linda F. Tart 

178 Westbrook Rd. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 564-6492 



Garland 

Mary Carter 

PO Box 134 

Garland, NC 28441-334 
(910) 529-4121 



Calypso 

Mrs. Lucille Koslunziki 
438 Albritton Rd 
Mount Olive, NC 28365-9500 
(919)658-5132 



Grove Park 

Mrs. Denise Scronce 
609 Northeast Blvd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2011 
(910) 592-3937 



Center 

Mrs. Linda Mott 

1750 Belvin Maynard Rd 
Harrells,NC 28444-9320 
(910) 532-4562 



Immanuel 

Mrs. Patricia Parker 

4182 RoseboroHwy 
Clinton, NC 28328-1023 
(910) 592-6597 



Clinton First 

Mrs. Donna Landes 
408 College St 
Clinton, NC 28328-4010 
(910) 592-8124 



In go Id 

Annette Matthis 

1713 Edmond Matthis Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-7345 
(910)592-3279 



Concord 

Mrs. Jessie R. Lanier 
204 Halls Pond Rd 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-8747 
(910)289-3784 



Island Creek 

Mrs. Kathaleen Caldwell 
P. O. Box 293 
Wallace, NC 28466 
(910)285-4537 



Corinth 

Mrs. Linda Porter 

309 Williams Taylor Creek Rd 
Teachey,NC 28464-9480 
(910)289-3602 



Johnson 

Mrs. Minnie Haggerty 
1498 Lanefield Rd 
Warsaw, NC 28398 
(910)293-2232 



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WMU Director 



Kenansville 

Mrs. Bobbie Pigford 
PO Box 164 

Kenansville, NC 28349-0164 
(910)296-1332 

Magnolia 

Mrs. Diana Kissner 
116 W Main St 
Magnolia, NC 28453-9049 
(910)289-3036 

Mision Bautista Maranatha 

Mrs. Maria Resendiz 
1450 Rowan Rd. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 590-2672 

Mision Monte Olivo 

Ms. Lollie Rangel 

627 Whitfield Rd 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-5988 

(919) 658-0226 

Mount Gilead 

Mrs. Angi Bass 

734 W. Mt. Gilead Church Rd. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 592-3326 

Mount Olive First 

Violet Goodson 

1283 Old Smith Chapel Road 
Mount Olive, NC 28365 
(919)658-3916 

Piney Grove 

Mrs. Ola Daughtry 

617SMccullenRd 
Clinton, NC 28328-6035 
(910) 533-3245 

Poplar Grove 

Mrs. Ann Miller 

8924 Faison Hwy 
Faison,NC 28341-5848 
(910) 533-3342 

Poston 

Julia Heustess 

403 E Cavenaugh St 
Wallace, NC 28466-1907 
(910)285-5739 

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Rose Hill 

Armour Moore 
PO Box 459 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-0459 

Rowan, Clinton 

Karen Warren 

2063 E Mount Gilead Church R 
Clinton, NC 28328-9053 
(910) 592-5900 

Sharon, Chinquapin 

Mrs. Shirley Denton 

1449 Durwood Evans Rd. 
Beulaville, NC 28531 
(910)285-3484 

Siloam, Harrells 

Mrs. Betty Sanderson 
PO Box 110 

Harrells, NC 28444-0110 
(910) 532-4211 

Teachey 

Mrs. Willard Fussell 
PO Box 1 

Teachey, NC 28464-1 
(910)285-3180 

Turkey 

Mrs. Helen P. Register 
1935 Wilmington Rd 
Turkey, NC 28393 
(910) 533-3845 

Union Grove, Clinton 

Mrs. Brenda Saunders 
2501 EzzellRd 
Clinton, NC 28328-7229 
(910) 592-3557 

Warsaw 

Connie Mathis 

254 N Country Club Dr 
Kenansville, NC 28349 
(910) 296-1726 

Wells Chapel, Harrel 

Mrs. Eunice E. Newkirk 
8530 Willard Rd 
Willard, NC 28478-9630 
(910) 532-4229 

White Oak, Clinton 

Mrs. Sharon Boone 
1298 Boone Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-0943 
(910) 564-2208 



Clerks 



Alum Springs 

Marie K. Harper 

1503 White Flash Rd 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-5481 

(919)658-3614 

Bear Marsh 

Doris K. Holland 
314 W Station St 
Mount Olive, NC 28365-1236 
(919)658-4793 

Beulah 

Mrs. Pinda Byrd 

592 Lake Artesia Rd 
Turkey, NC 28393-9096 
(910) 533-3232 

Beulaville 

Azaline Maready 
601 E Main St 
Beulaville, NC 28518-8711 
(910)298-3434 

Brown 

Mrs. Sharon S. Carr 
4423 Keener Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-8063 



Calypso 

Mrs. Robin Brown 
PO Box 189 

Calypso, NC 28325-0139 
(919) 658-6172 

Center 

Mrs. Leona B. Croom 
10305 HarrellsHwy 
Garland, NC 28441-8469 
(910)532-4460 

Clinton First 

Mrs. Sue Miller 
PO Box 837 

Clinton, NC 28329-0837 



Concord 

Mrs. Sandra W. Boone 
2265 Cornwallis Rd 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-8740 
(910)289-3434 

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Corinth 

Ms. Betty B. O'Donnell 
PO Box 63 

Ivanhoe,NC 28447-0063 
(910) 532-2498 

Dobson Chapel 

Mrs. Anna B. Harrell 

2219 SNC Highway 50 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-8557 
(910) 289-3822 

Evergreen 

Mrs. Annie H. Daniels 

10980 Taylors Bridge Hwy 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-8612 
(910) 532-2127 

Faison 

Ladeane Little 

214 N Faison Ave 
Faison, NC 28341-7604 
(910) 267-1230 

Garland 

Mrs. Sandra B. Norris 
PO Box 552 

Garland, NC 28441-0552 
(910) 529-5371 

Grove Park 

Mrs. Glenda Todd 

609 Northeast Blvd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2011 
(910) 592-3937 

Immanuel 

Mrs. Ann Thigpen 
108 Shields St 
Clinton, NC 28328-3268 
(910) 592-5768 

Ingold 

Mrs. Sara W. Pope 
453 Ozzie Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-6563 
(910) 529-4838 

Island Creek 

Mrs. Kathaleen Caldwell 
P. O. Box 293 
Wallace, NC 28466 
(910)285-4537 



Clerks 

Johnson 

Mrs. Carol Miller 

477 Johnson Church Rd 
Warsaw, NC 28398-8743 
(910) 293-4757 

Kenansville 

Mrs. Edna Earle Brinson 
PO Box 8 

Kenansville, NC 28349-0008 
(910)296-1519 

Magnolia 

Mrs. Diana Kissner 
116 W Main St 
Magnolia, NC 28453-9049 
(910)289-3036 

Mount Gilead 

Brenda S. Matthis 

4988 Taylors Bridge Hwy 
Clinton, NC 28328-0622 
(910) 592-1660 

Mount Olive First 

Dr. T. E. Shaver 
PO Box 986 

Mount Olive, NC 28365-0986 
(919) 658-3892 

Mount Vernon 

Kay Pope 

488 Beaver Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-0805 
(910) 533-3278 

Peace 

Mrs. Michelle K. Gooding 
267 W. NC 403 HWY 
Mount Olive, NC 28365 
(919) 658-9929 

Piney Grove 

Mrs. Eloise Clifton 

1411 Giddensville Rd 
Faison,NC 28341-6923 
(910) 592-6918 

Poplar Grove 

Mrs. Ann Miller 

8924 Faison Hwy 
Faison,NC 28341-5848 
(910) 533-3342 



Poston 

Glenda Brinson 
521 Forest Ln 
Wallace, NC 28466 
(910)285-7109 

Rose Hill 

Mr. Greg W. Salmon 
PO Box 459 

Rose Hill, NC 28458-0459 

Rowan, Clinton 

Shirley Hairr 

1818 Rowan Rd. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 596-2976 

Sharon, Chinquapin 

Mrs. Madeline Norris 
134 Fire House Rd 
Chinquapin, NC 2852 1-8510 
(910) 285-4281 

Siloam, Harrells 

Mrs. Lela M. Harrell 

3590 Tomahawk Hwy 
Harrells, NC 28444-7647 
(910) 532-4383 

Teachey 

Mrs. Dianne Hardison 
436 High School Rd. 
Teachey, NC 28464 
(910)285-4641 

Turkey 

Mrs. Helen P. Register 
1935 Wilmington Rd 
Turkey, NC 28393 
(910) 533-3845 

Union Grove, Clinton 

Mrs. Patt Fryar 

50 Boney Mill Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-7540 
(910) 592-4864 

Warsaw 

Wanda Wheeler 

209 E College St 
Warsaw, NC 28398-1910 
(910)293-4236 



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Clerks 



Wells Chapel, Harrel 

Mrs. Mary A. King 

1591 Rufus Wells Rd 
Willard,NC 28478-7398 
(910) 532-2392 



White Oak, Clinton 

Mrs. Ann Spell 

106 Deer Track Dr. 
Clinton, NC 28328-3100 
(910) 592-8998 



Men/Boys Mission Edu (Brotherhood) Dir. 



Bear Marsh 

Mr. Mike Carter 

263 Jim Grady Rd. 
Mt. Olive, NC 28365 
(919) 658-2888 

Beulaville 

Mr. Scott Sherman Sr. 
601 E Main St 
Beulaville, NC 28518-8711 
(910)298-3434 

Clinton First 

408 College St 

Clinton, NC 28328-4010 

(910) 592-8124 

Dobson Chapel 

Mr. Byron Brock 

945 Stockinghead Rd 
Rose Hill, NC 28458-6842 



Evergreen 

Mr. Floyd Sutton 

607 Trinity Church Rd 
Magnolia, NC 28453-7833 
(910) 532-4905 

Faison 

Mr. C. J. Hobbs 
PO Box 292 

Faison, NC 28341-0292 
(910) 267-3131 



Garland 

Mr. Norwood Blackman 
PO Box 367 

Garland, NC 28441-0367 



Grove Park 

Mr. Franklin Lindsay 
609 Northeast Blvd 
Clinton, NC 28328-2011 
(910) 592-3937 

Immanuel 

Mr. Johnny Parker 

4182 Roseboro Hwy 
Clinton, NC 28328-1023 
(910) 592-6597 

Ingold 

Mr. Bobby H. Lamb 

931 Lisbon Bridge Rd 
Garland, NC 28441-8419 
(910) 529-5961 

Island Creek 

Mr. Kenneth Batchelor 
209 Garland King Rd 
Teachey,NC 28464-9415 
(910)285-4404 

Johnson 

Rev. Farrell H. Miller Sr. 
477 Johnson Church Rd 
Warsaw, NC 28398-8743 
(910)293-4757 



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Men/Boys Mission Edu (Brotherhood) Dir. 



Mision Maranatha 

Mr. Roberto Funes 
PO Box 837 

Clinton, NC 28329-0837 
(910) 596-0078 

Mision Monte Olivo 

Mr. Hermineo Elizalde 
570 Durham Lake Road 
Dudley, NC 28333 
(919) 735-3344 

Mount Gilead 

Johnny Thompson 

5070 Union School Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-9508 
(910) 592-3868 



Poston 

Mr. Coy Carter 

668 Rivenbark Town Rd 
Wallace, NC 28466-6160 
(910) 285-5002 

Rowan, Clinton 

Frankie Baldwin 

2530 Old Warsaw Rd 
Clinton, NC 28328-0788 
(910) 592-6753 

Siloam, Harrells 

Mr. Joe Price 

1258 Wilmington Hwy 
Harrells, NC 28444-9519 
(910) 532-4116 



Mount Olive First 

Mr. Wayne Gardner 
P. O. Box 227 
Dudley, NC 28333 
(919) 736-4838 



Turkey 

Mr. Dwight Hudson Jr. 
706 Walking Stick Trl 
Clinton, NC 28328-2147 
(910) 592-7853 



Mount Vernon 

Mr. Teddy Quinn 

1028 Pine Ridge Rd. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 533-2426 

Piney Grove 

Mr. David Sinclair 
6628 Faison Hwy 
Faison,NC 28341-5803 
(910) 533-3944 




Union Grove, Clinton 

Mr. Mark Tatum 

7324 Taylor's Bridge Rd. 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(910) 592-7160 

Wells Chapel, Harrel 

Mr. Harry Hoover 

340 Wilmington Hwy 
Harrells, NC 28444-9515 
(910) 532-4336 



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Standing Committees 



STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE 

EBA Treasurer (Gary Rouse) 1 13 Vista Dr., Clinton, NC (W) 910-592-8171 

FBC Clinton (H) 910-592-5287 

2001 Frankie Baldwin 2530 Old Warsaw Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-6753 

Rowan 

2001 Kenneth Honeycutt 880 Bass lake Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-564-6882 

White oak 

2001 Marie Carter 668 Rivenbark Town Rd., Wallace, NC (H) 910-285-5002 
Poston 

2002 Brinson Vestal PO Box 810, Kenansville, NC (W) 910-296-1140 
Kenansville (H) 910-296-0603 

2002 Bobby Hunter PO Box 394 Beulaville, NC (C) 910-298-3434 
Beulaville (H) 910-298-4060 

2003 Patrick Trobough PO Box 126, Chinquapin, NC (C) 910-285-4391 
Sharon (H) 910-285-3062 

2003 Terry Cottle 108 Planters Walk Ln. Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-6884 

2003 Shelton Price PO Box 732, Mount Olive, Nc 28365 (H) 919-658-9333 



NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

2001 Allen Overton, Chr. 
Immanuel 

2001 Helen Register 
Turkey 

2002 Mark Best 
Garner's Chapel 

2002 Danny Johnson 
Center 

2003 Martha Pierce 



PO Box 1694, Clinton, NC (C) 910-592-3854 
(H) 910-592-3360 
1935 Wilmington Rd, Turkey, NC (H) 910-533-3845 

147 Willie Best Rd., Mt. Olive, NC (H) 919-658-3327 



910-532-2118 
910-533-2685 
910-592-6967 
919-659-2062 
919-658-6293 

910-293-4040 
910-293-3939 
910-296-0635 

910-285-4869 
919-658-0226 
919 658-6293 
910-592-9364 
Mt. Olive, NC 
919-658-5291 

ELWYN MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE 

2001 Larry Price, Chr. 290 Horsepen Lane, Rose Hill, NC (H) 910-289-3837 
Rose Hill 

2002 Johnny Armstrong 11455 US421 N., Clinton, NC (C) 910-564-2591 
Hickory Grove (H) 910-564-2495 



5275 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey, NC (C) 

(H) 

95 Denton Avenue, Clinton, NC (H) 
2003 Don Gordon 300 N. Chestnutt Street, Mt. Olive, NC (C) 

(H) 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

2001 Graham Elmore 307 E. Pollock St., Warsaw, NC (W) 

Warsaw (H) 

2001 Gene Nethercutt 1 144 S. Dobson Chapel Rd., Magnolia, NC (H) 
Dobson Chapel 

2002 Terry Duff 1 1 Murray Lane, Wallace, NC (H) 

2002 Vicente Rangel P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive, NC (C) 
Monte Olivo (H) 

2003 Pat Edgecomb PO Box 913, Clinton, NC (H) 
2003 Randall Alberston 322 Smith Chapel Road, 



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PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

2001 Jimmy Creech, Chr. 4121 S. NC 11, Wallace, NC. (C) 910-285-2439 
Poston (H) 910-285-2476 

2002 Tyanna Day 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-7268 
Rowan 

2003 Davis Benton 310 White Oak Church Road, Clinton, NC (H) 910-525-431 19 
White Oak (C) 91 0-564-2343 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

2001 Ray Smith, Chr. 7310 Howard Rd., Autryville, NC (C) 910-533-3417 

New Hope (H) 91 0-567-6230 

2001 Floyd Sutton 607 Trinity Church Rd., Magnolia, NC (H) 910-532-4905 
Evergreen 

2002 Greg Day 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (C) 910-592-7508 
Rowan (H) 910-592-7268 

2002 Pedro Bueno 2941 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (C) 910-596-0078 
Maranatha (H) 91 0-590-3390 

2003 Gerald Garris 1442 Old Mt live Hwy, Mt Olive, NC (H) 919-736-1825 
Mount Olive 

2003 Wayne Cobb 204 Wintercress Lake, Watha, NC (H)91 0-285-0542 
Island Creek 

CHURCH SUPPORT COMMITTEE 

2001 Ed Rouse 303 E. Hill St. Warsaw, NC (C) 919-658-8004 

Peace 910-293-2127 

MEDIA LIBRARY COMMITTEE 

2001 Virginia Byrd 660 Lake Artesia Rd., Turkey, NC (H) 910-533-3796 
Bear Marsh 

2002 Jewel Best PO Box 233, Calypso, NC (H) 919-658-4712 
FBC Mt. Olive 

2003 Ann Thigpen, Chr. 108 Shields St., Clinton, NC 910-592-5768 
MINISTERS ORIENTATION COMMITTEE 

2001 Paul Rose, Chr. 459 Norwood Ezzell Rd., Mt. Olive, NC (C) 910-267-5301 
Faison (H) 919-658-4600 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

2001 Odell Peterson 952 Boney Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-592-7000 

Union Grove 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

2001 Larry Blount, Chr. PO Box 96, Magnolia, NC (C)91 0-289-221 7 

Magnolia (H) 910-289-2275 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE 

2001 Millard Bounds 2609 Emmaus Church Rd., Dudley, NC (H) 919-658-5479 

Island Creek 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

2001 Hubert Merritt 217 Elm St., Warsaw, NC (H) 910-293-4872 

Warsaw 



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MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 



Mission Ministries Director 

(O) 910-293-7077 - FAX 910-293-7084 - (H) 
MISSION DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

Director 

Brotherhood Representative . . H.L. Sanderson, 1451 NC Hwy. 11 S., Magnolia, NC 

(H) 910-289-4374 

WMU Representative Helen Register, 1925 Wilmington Rd., Turkey 

(H) 910-533-3845 

I. DEAF MINISTRIES 

2001 Clessie Worley, Chr 1238 NC Hwy. 41, NC (H) 910-285-9090 

2002 

2003 

II. LITERACY COMMITTEE 

2001 

2002 

2003 

III. MENTALLY HANDICAPPED MINISTRIES 

2001 Dallas Gore . . 587 Carlton Chapel Church Rd., Warsaw, NC (H) 910-293-7879 

2002 

2003 

IV. LANGUAGE MISSIONS MINISTRIES 

Pedro Bueno, Maranatha ... 2911 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-590-3390 
Vicente Rangel, Monte Olivo . . 627 Whitfield Rd., Mt. Olive, NC (H) 919-658-8292 
Pedro Almendariz, Getsemani 720 W. College St., Warsaw, NC. (H) 910-293-9361 

Emanuel 

2001 Remigio Resenda 1450 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC (H) 910-590-2672 

2001 

2002 

2002 

2003 

2003 

V. SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

2001 Donna Landes 2851 Garland Hwy., Clinton, NC. (H) 910-592-7947 

2001 Mildred Mathis . 838 N. NC 1 1 & 903 Hwy., Kenansville, NC (H) 910-296-0760 

2002 

2002 

2003 

2003 



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VI. VOLUNTEER CHAPLAINCY MINISTRIES 

2001 

2002 

2003 

VII. CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

2001 Bob Miller, Jr 5216 E. NC 24 Hwy., Beulaville, NC (H) 910-298-3091 

2002 

2003 

VII. INTERFAITH WITNESS MINISTRIES 

2001 Gene Lakey PO Box 874, Kenansville, NC (H) 910-296-0723 

2002 

2002 

2003 

2003 

IX. CHURCH EXTENSION MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

2001 Scott Frady P.O. Box 248, Calypso, NC (H) 919-658-5223 

2002 

2002 

2003 

2003 

X. RESORT / LEISURE MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

2001 Chris Ward . . 632 Carlton Chapel Church Rd., Warsaw, NC (H) 910-293-3965 

2002 

2002 

2003 

2003 

XI. MEDICAL / DENTAL VAN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

2001 Becky Kriger Mt. Olive, NC (H) 919-658-6926 

2001 

2002 

2002 

2003 

2003 

XII. MULTIHOUSING MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

2001 Ronald Ginn 237 Pasture Branch Rd., Rose Hill, NC (H) 910-289-2606 

2001 

2002 

2002 

2003 

2003 



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Messengers to Association 



Alum Springs 


Faison 


Marie K. Harper 


Jean Anderson 


Mr. Larr>' W. Harper 


Mrs. Helen Britt 


Bear Marsh 


Mrs. Betty S. Rose 


Ann Byrd 


Rev. Paul Rose 


Stanley Byrd 


Garland 


Elisa G. Wood 


Hosea Cain 


Rev. Macon Wood 


Dorothy Flart 


Beulah 


Mr. Gene Hart 


Mrs. Carolyn Cook 


Myitis D. Rich 


Rev. Lonnie Cook 


Pittman Rich 


Helen C. Massey 


Grove Park 


Beulaville 


Mrs. Alma Parson 


F. H. Danley 


Rev. James Parson 


Mr. Marion Edwards 


Rev. Michael Shook 


Mr. Willard Price 


Lara Wells 


Peanie Price 


Mr. James Wells 


Brown 


Immanuel 


Mr. Roy R. Cartrette 


Mr. John T. Brown 


Mr. Randy Holland 


Doris Martin 


Mrs. Marie J. Pope 


Mrs. Peggie Mattocks 


Mrs. Lua C. Turner 


Joanne Overton 


Rev. J Frank Turner 


Tim Rose 


Calypso 


Ingold 


Rev. Scott Frady 


Mrs. Betsy M. Carter 


Concord 


Mr. Bobby H. Lamb 


Mr. Gary Bell 


Mrs. Judy Stallings 


Mr. Steve Boone 


Island Creek 


Rev. James W. Johnson 


Shirley Bradshaw 


Corinth 


Doris Brown 


Mr. George R. Jones 


Mildred Pigford 


Mr. Sean Knowles 


Johnson 


Mrs. Tracy Knowles 


Mrs. Violette Phillips 


Ms. Betty B. ODonnell 


Kenansville 


Mrs. Mitzie Phillips 


Mrs. Mildred Matthis 


Rev. Richard Phillips 


Mrs. Margaret Oakley 


Dobson Chapel 


Mrs. Bobbie Pigford 


Mr. Russell Brown 


Mrs. Jane Stover 


Mr. Eugene Nethercutt 


Mr. Brinson Vestal 


Mrs. Pauline Nethercutt 


Mision Getsemani 


Evergreen 


Mrs. Maria Almendariz 


Mr. Floyd Sutton 


Rev. Pedro Almendariz 



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Messengers to Association 



Mision Maranatha 


Rowan 


Mrs. Amarilis Bueno 


Frankie Baldwin 


Rev. Pedro Bueno 


Gloria Baldwin 


Mount Gilead 


Donald Pope 


Helen C. Ballance 


Lillian Pope 


Belvin Matthis 


Leonard Yancey 


Mrs. Hilda Matthis 


Sharon 


Sybil Smith 


Mr. Raybourne Batchelor 


Peggy Wiggins 


Doris Hatcher 


Mount Olive First 


T. G. Huffman 


Chris Amon 


Siloam 


Mr. Cecil Columbus 


Mrs. Clyde Hall 


Mr. Helen Columbus 


Lizzie M. Johnson 


Marjorie Garris 


Mr. Robert 0. Sanderson 


Rev. Gerald Garris 


Mrs. Betty Sanderson 


Mr. Ruff Huggins 


Teachey 


Virginia L. Sanderson 


Mrs. Jean Dixon 


Mount Vernon 


Elwood Fussell 


Mr. Barry Burch 


Mrs. Willard Fussell 


Mrs. Timmie Quinn 


Mrs. Katie B. Wells 


Peace 


Turkey 


Mr. Ken Powell 


Ms. Alene R. Pope 


Kent Southerland 


Mr. Henry J. Register 


Piney Grove 


Mrs. Helen P. Register 


Mildred Anders 


Union Grove, Clinton 


Doris Bass 


Mrs. Patt Fryar 


Mr. Kenneth Bass 


Mrs. Peggy Fryar 


Victor Bell 


Rev. Odell Peterson 


Mrs. Blanche Casey 


Warsaw 


Mrs. Ann Thompson 


Mrs. Dot Britt 


Mr. Frederick Thornton 


Mrs. Melba Britt 


Mrs. Nettie Weeks 


W. G. Britt 


Poplar Grove 


Mr. Ben Cooper 


Mr. Wilbert Massey 


Carolyn Drew 


Poston 


Mrs. Dorcas Grice 


Madge Boney 


Dorothy Rollins 


Rev. James W. Creech 


Mr. James Strickland 


Ms. Annette Henderson 


Wells Chapel, Harrel 


Ms. Aileen Moore 


Mr. Percy L. Carter 


Rose Hill 


Mrs. Hildred Dixon 


Mrs. Nell Butler 


Mrs Clara Hipbsmith 

IVliO. 1CU CI 1 11 j^XiOll 11 til 


Mr. W. S. Wells Jr. 


Mrs. Nancy King 


Mary Evelyn Wells 


Rev. Ottis L. King 


Mr. William Wells 




Mrs. Ruby Wells 





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Bear Marsh 

Ms. Corine F. Best 

Mrs. Hazel Pipkin 

Mr. Leslie B. Southerland 

Brown 

Mrs. Sharyn Clifton 
Mrs. Annie Dudl;ey 
Mr. Manley McCullen 
Mr. Stacy Thigpen 

Calypso 

Mrs. Tabitha Batson 
Mrs. Eula Booth 
Mrs. Annie Carter 
Mrs. Edwina Jackson 
Mrs. Juanice Johnson 
Mr. Oakley T. Kennedy 

Center 

Mrs. Ida Bellwood 
Mr. Clarence Wood 

Clinton First 

Mrs. Lucille Bass 
Mr. Verlon E. Brown 
Mrs. Chellie Crumpler 
Mrs. Juanita Darden 
Mr. Bill Dawkins 
Mr. Henry Hudson 
Mrs. Inez Peterson 
Mrs. Louise Peterson 
Mr. Roger H. Phillips Sr. 
Mrs. Mary Reynolds 
Mrs. Catherine Royal 
Mr. Manley Shipp 
Mrs. Georgia Underwood 
Mrs. Clennie White 

Concord 

Mrs. Mary S. Bishop 

Corinth 

Mrs. Virgie Matthews 

Dobson Chapel 

Mrs. Edna L. Boyette 
Mr. William L. Register 

Evergreen 

Mrs. Jasper Hinson 
Rev. Jasper Hinson 
Mr. Carl L. Hope 



Deceased Members 

Faison 



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Mr. Eesthal King 

Mr. Clement Shine 

Mrs. Sarah Shine 

Mr. Jack Stephens 
Garland 

Mr. Curtis Cain 

Mr. Kenneth Spell 
Grove Park 

Mrs. Edith Currie 

Mrs. Gladys Harper 

Mr. Bill Ivey 

Mr. Erwin Jackson 

Mr. Tommy Jordan 

Mrs. Karen Nethercutt 

Mr. Gordon Powell 

Mrs. Alene Powell 

Mr. Gregory Robinson 

Mrs. Estine Sutton 
Immanuel 

Mr. Hamp Britt 

Mr. John Dodson 

Mrs. Lib Fan- 
Mrs. Mildred P. Honeycutt 

Mr. Hugh Knight 

Mrs. Burleen Spell 

Mrs. Magadelene Tart 

Mrs. Lula M. Turner 
Ingold 

Mr. J. Gordon Cashwell, Deacon 
Mr. Carroll Johnston 
Mrs. Kilton Lamb 

Island Creek 

Rev. Harvey Blanton 
Mrs. Greta J. Whaley 

Johnson 

Mr. Rosco Rich 
Mrs. Essie Taylor 

Magnolia 

Mr. Charles E. Bowman 
Mr. John E. Chestnutt 
Mrs. Latha E. Register 
Mr. Gordon D. Wilson 

Mount Gilead 

Mrs. Margaret Barefoot 
Mrs. Gladys B. Fisher 



Deceased 

Mount Olive First 

Charles C. Baba 

John R. Barfield 

Steve Duncan 

Nancy Eason 

Leonard Hall 

Jessie Rackley 

Marvin Sautter 

Penny J. Shown 
Mount Vernon 

Mrs. Gaynelle B. Edwards 

Mrs. Elizabeth K. Honeycutt 

Mrs. Tera Weeks 
Piney Grove 

John H. Boyette 

Christine McCullen 

Edna C. Newton 

WillianR. Weeks 
Poplar Grove 

Mrs. Thelma Blackmon 

Mr. Henry Hinson, Deacon 

Mrs. Ruth Jackson 
Poston 

Ms. Lizzie Brant 

Mrs. Margaret Martin 

Mr. Bill Merritt 

Mrs. Minnie Murray 

Mr. Dorothy Stallings 

Mr. Woodrow Teachey 
Rowan 

Mrs. Addie Bass 

Mrs. Bettie M. Byrd 



Members 

Rowan 

Mrs. Pauline M. Chestnutt 
Mr. Thurston Davis 
Mr. L. E. Tart, Deacon 
Mrs. Lela B. Wallace 

Sharon 

Mrs. Laura Brock 
Mrs. Vissie Dixon 
John Wood 

Turkey 

Mr. Johnny Allman 
Mrs. Evelyn W. Chesnutt 
Mr. Julius C. Ezzell 
Mr. William L. West 

Union Grove 

Mr. Jessie Fryar 
Mrs. Lelia S. Stancil 

Warsaw 

Mr. Russell P. Britt Sr. 
Mrs. Mary D. Brown 
Mrs. Naomi R. Ezzell 
Mrs. Mary O. Howe 
Mrs. Helen Johnson 
Mrs. Opal Joyner 
Mrs. Grace Statler 

Wells Chapel, Harrel 
Mrs. Gladys Blanton 

White Oak, Clinton 

Mr. Benjamin Faircloth 
Mr. Austin Hall 
Mr. Fredrick Herring 
Mr. Jimmy Herring 




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PROCEEDINGS 



173 Annual Session 
of 

EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
United To Do Missions 

First Day - October 23, 2000 - Island Creek Baptist Church 
United in Missions and Ministry 

1. Registration and Dinner. 

2. Call to order, Moderator, Mike Shook 

3. Host Pastor, Ronald Ginn, welcomed messengers and visitors and led in 
prayer. 

4. Rhonda Lucas led in a Hymn of Praise, "Blessed Redeemer. 

5. Lucille Yancey, Associate Clerk, gave the registration report: 127 
Messengers, 54 visitors, and 3 guests, for a total of 181, enrolled. 

6. Tim Register presented the 2001 Proposed Budget for information. 

7. Jimmy Creech presented the Program Committee Report and moved its 
adoption with changes already made. It was seconded and approved. 

8. The Treasurer's report was delayed to the second night. 

9. Lucille Yancey presented the Nominating Committee Report with one 
addition and moved its adoption. It was seconded and adopted. 

10. Moderator Mike Shook appointed the Resolutions Committee, the 
Memorials Committee, and the By-Laws Committee, and the Committee 
on Committees. 

11. Allen Overton presented the Committee on Committees Report which 
was approved. 

12. Don Gordon presented the By Laws changes. 

1 3. Bob Bailey gave special recognition to Jo Neal Robinson for her years of 
service to the Association. 

14. The Moderator recognized Tom Denton from the NC Baptist Foundation 
and Tom Hall from Chowan College. Each shared remarks in relation to 
their field of ministry. 

15. Jimmy Johnson gave the Memorials Committee Report. 

1 6. Bob Bailey gave Missions Highlights. The Association continues to seek 
a Missions Ministry Director. Mission teams have come into the 
Association. 

Speaking for the various areas of work: 
Deaf Mission - Ben Hilliard 
Hispanic Missions - Javier Soto 
Flood Recovers - Shirley Denton 

17. Bob Bailey introduced new pastors: 

Dean Martin, Interim, Garland Bobby Trott, Pastor, Poplar Grove 

Macon Wood, Pastor, Bear Marsh Patrick Trobough, Pastor, Sharon 
Lonnie Cook, Pastor, Beulah Javier Soto, Pastor, Vida Eterna 

Billy Todd, Interim, Evergreen Richard Phillips, Interim, Corinth 

Aubrey Quakenbush, Interim, Ingold 



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18. Patrick Trobough led the congregation in the call to worship. 

19. Patrick Trobough led in prayer. 

20. Messengers and visitors sang "Only Trust Him." 

21 . Tyanna Day read Acts 1 :8, and Galatians 6:7-1 0. 

22. The Ladies Ensemble, Kenansville Baptist Church, presented special 
music. 

23. Dan Bivens shared a message on being partners in the harvest, reading 
Matthew 9:35-38. Many of us may be tired and weary. We are to be on 
mission for and with God. Qualities needed: 

Commitment Leadership, compassion 

Responsibility/ownership Intercession 

God gives a command to be laborers in the harvest 

24. Offertory Hymn, "Take My Life and Let it Be. 

25. Offering Prayer, Arnold Gosnell 

26. Offering - $716.00 was received for Associational Disaster Recovery 
Trailer. 

27. Benediction was by Bob Cornwell. 

United to do Missions 

Second Day - October 24, 2000 - Grove Park Baptist Church 

I Registration and Dinner. 

2. Mike Shook, Moderator, called the session to order. 

3. Mike Shook, welcomed messengers and visitors and led in prayer. 

4. Hymn of Praise was "Come, all Christians, be Committed. 

5. Gary Rouse gave the Treasurer's Report. 

6 Lucille Yancey gave the registration report: From 38 churches, 117 
Messengers, 9 alternates, 22 visitors, for a total registration of 151. 

7 Tim Register presented the Proposed 2001 Budget, moved its adoption. 
The Budget was adopted. 

8 Scott Frady gave the Preacher, Time and Place Committee Report: 

The October 22, 2001 Session will be at Clinton, First. October 23, 
at Beulaville with Gene Lakey preaching the Annual Sermon, and 
Tim Register as alternate. A motion was made and the motion 
approved. 

9 Dean Beck presented the Resolutions Committee Report, moved its 
adoption. The report was adopted. 

10 Don Gordon presented the By-Laws Changes, presented a motion to 
approve. The motion was approved. 

II Miscellaneous Business: 

a. Aubrey Quakenbush spoke on behalf of Campbell University. 

b. Mark Best spoke on behalf of the Disaster Trailer. 

c. Mike Shook expressed appreciation from Grove Park for all who 
assisted in the services. 

d. Allen Overton presented the Committee on Committees Report which 
was approved. 



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12 Church Program Reports 

a. Sunday School - Gene Lakey 

b. Church Music - Rhonda Lucas for Barbara Vestal 

c. WMU - Rhonda Lucas 

d. Brotherhood - H. L. Sanderson 

1 3 Mission Highlights - Director of Missions, Bob Bailey 

a. Alaska Mission Team - Margaret Musselwhite 

b. Honduras Mission Team - Brinson Vestal 

c. Trinidad Mission Team - Tripp Foltz 

14. Bob Bailey introduced new staff persons: 

Judy Richie is coming to Grove Park 

Sandra Winstead is secretary at the EBA Office. 

1 5. Bobby Trott led in the call to worship. 

16. Prayer was by Bobby Trott. 

17. The congregation sang "To God Be the Glory. 
Louis Hill read Zephaniah 3. 

1 8. Special music was by Grove Park Baptist Church Chorus. 

1 9. Greg Day preached the Association Sermon - On the Edge of Life. 

The God who spoke it all into being is among us. Incarnation - God is in the 
flesh dwelling among us on the ballfield. God's people hoped the struggle 
might stay for awhile, but they must take risk to go on even to hurt again. 
Israel has failed to live up to God's expectation for them. The covenant with 
God had been broken. Many churches have placed themselves in a position 
of being divided. God will not honor a divided people. 

God has given us hope in the divine and human Jesus Christ. If the church 
is not going to be the church, it becomes a shell. Our churches have become 
a reflection of our fractured family. 

We have lost the ability to forgive one another. We do not allow God to 
be Lord of our lives, we seek to control ourselves. If we forgive our brother or 
sister of their sin, God will forgive us. 

All God's people have a place at the table. God knows the heart of each 
person. Are we willing to repent? There will always be a remnant preserved. 
The enemies will be destroyed. God chose to be Incarnate in Israel regardless 
of their circumstances - external or self-imposed. Hope comes from the One 
who can bring circumstances - external or self-imposed. Hope comes from the 
One who can bring healing in the midst of their perplexities. 

God can come to the other side of humanity and invite one home again. 
God is calling us to be the people of God and go to the people on the other 
side of life (humanity) and say "Life may be difficult now, it will be all right. God 
loves you and so do I. Will you be my friend now? God is with us. 

20. Offertory Hymn was "Lead On, O King Eternal. 

21 . Offertory Prayer was by Darden Battle. 

22. Offering. 

23. Installation of officers by Bob Bailey. 

24. The Moderator gave some personal remarks. 

25. Scott Frady pronounced the Benediction. 

(Clerk's note: Monday's official registration, 129 messengers, 53 visitors for a 
total of 182 registered from 37 churches. Tuesday's official registration, 152 



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Messengers/alternates, 22 visitors, for a registration of 174 from 36 churches. 
Following deletions of duplicate registration, there 190 Messengers/alternates, 40 
visitors, and 3 BSC persons, for a registration of 233 from 37 churches.) 

Executive Board 

The Executive Board of the Association met its usual times during the 
year. At each meeting the Program Director's Reports and reports of the 
Committee Chairmen were given. 

At the January meeting, a resolution was presented to purchase and 
equip a disaster trailer. An expenditure not to exceed $20,000 was approved 
for a unit to be placed at Hidden Valley for a new Hispanic mission site. A 
motion was approved to increase the Evangelism Committee from five to six 
members. A letter of appreciation for Jasper Hinson is to be sent to his 
family. 

At the April meeting Lucille Yancey was noted as the WMU Woman of 
the Year. General Officers and Program Chairpersons were elected. The 
Director of Missions gave an update on mission trips and activities. 
Information was shared on the new Hispanic mission at Evergreen Baptist 
Church. The mission is named Vida Eterna. 

At the July meeting emphasis was noted on "Beginning a New Sunday 
School Year" along with the new literature. Pedro Bueno is serving as interim 
Missions Ministries Director. Financial assistance was approved for Vida 
Eterna, the Hispanic mission at Evergreen. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Ottis King, Clerk 



Nominating Committee 

General Officers: 

Moderator Michael Shook 

Vice-Moderator Gene Hart 

Clerk Ottis King 

Associate Clerk Mark Best 

Treasurer Gary Rouse 

Associate Treasurer Jo Robinson 

Program Director 

Sunday School Roy Vestal 

BYBC /Missions Keith Bland 

Older Preschool Consultant Melinda Nordan 

Discipleship Training Billy Todd 

Co-Supporter Don Gordon 

Brotherhood / Baptist Men H. L. Sanderson 

Challenger Lee Everett 

WMU Rhonda Lucas 

Music Barbara Vestal 

Mission Development Marshal Falatovich 

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Committees Appointed by Moderator 



Time, Place, and Preacher 

Rev. Greg Day, Chmn., 701 Rowan Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 
Rev. Danny Johnson, 5275 Cornwallis Rd., Turkey, NC 28393 
Mrs. Louise Todd, P.O. Box 113, Harrells, NC 28444 
Resolutions 

Rev. Dean Beck, Chmn., P.O. Box 459, Rose Hill, NC 28458 
Rev. Tyanna Day, 132 Reedsford Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 
Rev. Paul Rose, 511 W. Main St., Faison, NC 28341 
Memorials 

Rev. James Johnson, Chmn., 639 E. Southerland St., Wallace, NC 28466 
Rev. Frank Turner, 206 Kimbrough Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 
Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush, 106 Finch St., Clinton, NC 28328 

Constitution & By-Laws 

Dr. Don Gordon, Chmn., P.O. Box 203, Mount Olive, NC 28365 
Mrs. Lucille Yancey, 106 Reedsford Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 
Rev. Gene Lakey, P.O. Box 865, Kenansville, NC 28349-0847 

Committee on Committees 

Rev. Allen Overton, Chmn., P.O. Box 1694, Clinton, NC 28329 
Mrs. Jeanne Pope, 904 Raleigh Rd., Clinton, NC 28328 
Mrs. Helen Register, 1935 Wilmington Rd., Turkey, NC 28393 
Rev. Louis Hill, 209 E. College St., Warsaw, NC 28398 
Rev. Robert L. Hunter, P.O. Box 394, Beulaville, NC 28518 
Mr. Louis Pate, 102 Meredith St., Mount Olive, NC 28365 

Ordination Committee 

The EBA ordination committee examined two persons for ordination this 
year. In March the committee examined Sidney "Tripp" Foltz at the request of 
Poston Baptist Church. The committee recommended that the church proceed 
with its plans for his ordination. Tripp is minister of youth and children at 
Poston. 

In May at the request of Evergreen Baptist Church the committee examined 
Javier Soto. The committee recommended him for ordination. Javier is pastor 
of Vida Eterna, the mission church of Evergreen. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Tim Gore, Chairman 

Discipleship Training 
Association Bible Drill - 2000 

On April 8, 2000 we conducted the Associational Bible Drill at Piney Grove 
Church. Forty-one (41 ) children, eleven (11) youth, and two (2) youth speakers 
participated in the Bible drill. Fifty-one (51 ) of those participating in the children 
and youth drill advanced to the state drill. One speaker advanced to the state. 
He also advanced to the finalist drill. 

We encourage each church to consider preparing children and youth to 
participate in the Bible drill. It gives them invaluable knowledge of the Bible, 
records important scripture passages in their memory, and prepares them for 
leadership as they mature. Respectfully submitted, 

Jane P. Robinson 



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Missions Ministries in the EBA 



Despite the absence of a missions development program director 
and the resignation of our Missions Development Director within the last 
year, the work of Missions Development Council has continued. With 
your election of a new council director, we should be able to do even 
more in the new year. Some of the activities are noted below. 

The strongest component of the Mission Development Council is our 
Language Missions. Since our last meeting we have added a new 
Hispanic mission, Vida Eterna, which meets at Evergreen Church. 
Javier Soto is pastor. The mission has already baptized 20 persons. 

We have also established a new mission point at Hidden Valley 
Plantation near Magnolia, Centro Comunatario Bautista. This planned 
residential community has over 300 permanent Hispanic residents. The 
Baptist State Convention provided some supplemental funds to enable 
us to purchase a 14' x 70' modular unit which is now in use in Hidden 
Valley. It houses Bible study, worship, ESL classes, tutoring, and other 
outreach in the name of our Lord. 

Setting up this mission point has been a cooperative effort. 
Maranatha has provided encouragement from the beginning and has 
teamed with Kenansville to do surveys and plan for mission programs. 
Frankie Baldwin from Rowan used his crew to connect the plumbing. 
Gary Bell and some of the men from Concord did the electrical work. 
The Kenansville "wheel chair ramp" gang built the ramp and steps. The 
men from Turkey put up the heavy duty skirting. 

In addition to the classes and worship services for Hidden Valley 
residents, we are using the partnership between Maranatha and 
Kenansville to increase ministry leadership skills among the volunteers. 
If you or someone you know would like to help with this mission work, 
contact the EBA office, Pedro Bueno, or Gene Lakey. 

The local committee has continued its search for a pastor of 
Emanuel, our joint mission in Wallace. Teachey and Wells Chapel have 
joined with Rose Hill and Wallace in helping to sponsor this mission. 

A layman in Faison Church has indicated an interest in beginning a 
new Hispanic work there. Please pray that God will guide him and us 
in ways to establish a mission in this area where there is a burgeoning 
Hispanic population. 

Summer missionaries and summer mission teams also aided in 
this mission outreach. Juan Carlos and Martha Fernandez worked as 
summer missionaries. They are theology students in Mexico City and 
believe God is leading them to return to NC when they complete their 
studies so that he can serve as pastor of a Hispanic congregation. They 
worked primarily with Emanuel where Juan Carlos served as interim 
pastor. They also helped with our summer mission teams. 

Four teams from across the southeast came to conduct backyard 
Bible clubs and do other work in July. A team from First Baptist, Vernon, 
AL and one from Calvary Baptist, McLeansville, NC each worked at Six 
Runs Mobile Home Park between Faison and Clinton. Teams from Coral 
Hills Baptist, Glasgow, KY and Rosalind Hills Baptist, Roanoke, VA 
worked in Hidden Valley. They also lead Bible clubs in trailer parks in 

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Harrells and Magnolia respectively. 

A second major component is Christian Social Ministries. 

The purpose of EBA Christian Social Ministries is to give our 
churches the ability to join together in Christ's name to meet local needs. 
This ministry is comprised primarily of three components: clothes 
closet, food pantry, and emergency fund. 

The clothes closet provides clothing for men, women, and children 
with low incomes or who have experienced an emergency. The closet 
is located at the EBA office. However, we are trying to expand our 
outreach by making clothing available for any church to distribute. 
Currently Mision Bautista Getsemani is distributing some of the clothing 
as an outreach tool and Maria Almendariz, wife of the pastor, has 
provided invaluable assistance in keeping the clothes closet in order. 

We are thankful to the many people from our EBA churches who 
have donated clothing to this ministry over the past year. We also 
appreciate your understanding when we asked for a reprieve in donations 
shortly after Hurricane Floyd when we were inundated with clothing. 
Baptist Women's groups, Acteens, and GA's have been great to help 
when called upon. 

The food pantry was established to offer assistance to people in 
emergencies, particularly to low income families. Assistance is limited 
to three times per individual per year but most one or two times is 
enough to give these people opportunity to "get back on their feet." 
Various churches have provided canned and non perishable foods and 
funds. The funds are used to purchase items at a minimal cost from the 
NC Food Bank. Items from the food pantry are available to any church 
that wishes to distribute them to persons in need. Contact the EBA office 
to arrange this. 

The emergency fund uses funds donated by EBA churches to 
provide one time emergency assistance for people in desperate 
circumstances. Funds may be dispensed for the purchase of prescription 
medications, partial payment of utility bills, assistance with rent, etc. This 
fund is currently depleted and we have been unable to meet several 
needs in the last few months. We are grateful to churches and 
individuals who make this ministry possible by your donations. 

Our mission outreach has been expanded by a new component: the 
purchase and stocking of a Disaster Recovery and Handy Man trailer. 
This has been coordinated by the Brotherhood and has been made 
possible by generous contributions from numerous churches and 
individuals. 

Several other components continue to function with excellent 
volunteers. They include developmentally disabled (mentally 
handicapped) ministries, volunteer chaplaincy ministries, and deaf 
ministries. 

Baptists Uniting to do Missions is the hallmark of Eastern Baptist 
Association. We are 45 churches and six missions cooperating to 
expand our mission horizons. The Mission Development Council is a vital 
part of our mission. As we work and pray together, we offer people the 
greatest hope of all: salvation in Jesus Christ. 



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Poston Deaf Mission 



Our mission has been functioning this year without a minister. Two of our 
hearing member have worked faithfully with the mission: Ben Hilliard as an 
interpreter and Alma Stoddart as Sunday School teacher and music leader. Jo 
Wise, a member teaches every other Sunday. We have had an average 
attendance of 12 to 14 each Sunday. 

The annual banquet was held in November with approximately 60 deaf 
attending. Rev. Donnie Wiltshire, Coordinator for the Deaf with the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina, visited on July 23 and spoke to the deaf during the 
Sunday School hour. He also spoke to the entire church during the worship 
hour. Following the worship service, the mission hosted him at the noon meal. 

On September 3 Rev. Chip Penland, a student from Southeastern 
Seminary, spoke to the deaf at both Sunday School and the worship service. 

During the year the mission has been attending the Poston worship services 
following the Sunday School hour and has brought special music on several 
occasions. Plans are being made for the Annual Banquet for the Deaf in 
November. 

We covet your prayers. Respectfully Submitted, 

Mary P. Boney 

Alaska Mission Trip 2000 

Thanks! EBA for all the prayers and support for our trip to Alaska! We 
made it there and back with barely any problems! We flew on the first Alaska 
Airline flight from O'Hare Chicago to Anchorage, Alaska. They treated us like 
queens! We had two captains flying the plane. The six of us rented a RV and 
visited around Alaska from Anchorage to Seward to Cooper's Landing to 
Wasilla. It was good for us to spend a few days in Alaska before camp. It gave 
us time to get accustomed to the day light at night, the people, and especially 
the bonding time with each other and our Savior. (It also made our airline tickets 
a lot cheaper.) 

We arrived at camp Lavern Griffin on Sunday, July 11 and met some 
wonderful people. All during the week they were our shining light. We were told 
not to expect over 35 GA's. We planned for 50. We had 73. We were cabin 
moms, recreation directors, craft instructors, mission and Bible study teachers, 
and, most of all, friends to many a GA! Karen Warren even had the opportunity 
to brush up on her nursing skills. By the end of the week we had nine GA's 
commit to missionary service. That was worth the trip. We were truly blessed. 
Our Savior is wonderful!! If you want details, we would be honored and 
delighted to come to your church and share all our experiences. Please call 
Paula Matthis at 91 0-592-5802 and she will put you on our calendar. Again, our 
sincere thanks for sharing and praying! We believe we made a difference with 
your help. 

Alaska team: Donna Landes, Marie Matthis, Paula Matthis, Margaret 
Musselwhite, Denise Warren, Karen Warren. 
PS: Larry Hale, Camp Director is in need of construction teams to come and 
finish the inside of the new chapel building that was started with Alaska's 
partnership with Georgia. The building will be such an asset to the camp. It 
needs sheetrock, bathroom fixtures, washer and dryer, electrical work and 
plumbing. If you feel led to go and help Larry, please call Mark Abernathy at the 
Baptist State Convention of NC at 800-395-5102 or you can e-mail him at 
lqyrc@iuno.com. 



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[North Carolina Baptists have entered into a partnership mission work with 
Alaska. This EBA team was one of the first to participate in this new 
partnership] 

Honduras Mission Trip - 2000 

Two and a half houses built in seven days! That is what the mission team 
to Honduras accomplished in June. If you need a contractor. . . . Actually they 
put up the cement block walls for two houses and completed a third one up to 
the windows. The houses are small (about 20 feet square) and they are crude 
by our standards. But to victims of Hurricane Mitch they are almost luxury. 

The twelve member construction team sponsored by NC Baptist Men 
included seven persons from Kenansville Baptist Church. They were joined by 
three persons from Apex, one from GA, and Phillip Shuford who served until 
early this year as our Missions Ministries Director. Half of the team had been on 
previous trips. Phillip says it was the best team he has ever been a part of. 

The devastation from Mitch was so severe the families who will move into 
these houses have been living in 8 x 8 foot shacks, some made from garbage 
bags, scrap wood, and tin. Their houses had been destroyed by the wind and 
rain in excess of 100 inches which came from Hurricane Mitch. We have seen 
first hand the intensity of damage that can be done by flooding. Families who 
receive the houses are selected through the local churches. Most lost their land 
as well as their houses. 

But the benefits were not merely to residents of Honduras. "The ones of us 
who have been on these mission trips are the big winners," says Brinson Vestal. 
"You can't make one of the trips without being a changed person when you 
return. The Lord puts these teams together [so that even those who do not know 
each other are able to work as a unit]." 

Brinson summed up his expectations this way, "If you have a chance to go 
on a mission trip, it will change your life. You never give as much as you 
receive." 

On June 25, just after they returned, each member of Kenansville gave his 
testimony. Every person present that day felt the powerful presence of our Lord 
and His Spirit. Perhaps you can join us on our next mission trip to Honduras 
which will be early in December. 

Trinidad Mission Trip 2000 

July continues to be a very rewarding month for the EBA and our Baptist 
partners in Trinidad. Santa Rosa Evangelical Baptist Church, Arima Trinidad 
and a spirited team representing the EBA conducted Vacation Bible School 
during the week of July 10-14. Each year brings greater participation, 
opportunities, and, yes, rewards. Each year also grows in attendance, this 
year breaking all previous records. 

Monday started off with heavy rainfall, hot, steamy humidity, and 136 
children eager to hear the "Good News of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ". 
Tuesday brought more rain, more heat, more humidity, but best of all, more 
children. On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, with over 200 children in 
attendance, the rain, heat, humidity, etc. didn't seem so bad anymore. The 
team spent so much of our time teaching, sharing, loving, and being blessed 
that we didn't have time to notice these small inconveniences. 

This year's team was special in many ways, with our youth answering 
God's call being the most special of all. Four of the team's members were 



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teenagers under age 19, yet each of them represented themselves, their 
respective churches, and the EBA with pride and excellence. Another special 
treat this year was the opportunity to partner with three wonderful people from 
the Bladen Baptist Association representing Hickory Grove Baptist Church of 
Bladenboro. Just as it seemed the trip would be canceled due to lack of 
volunteers, the lord sent them with a willing heart and a "check in hand." What 
a true blessing. 

Team members this year included: Millard Bounds and Tim Bland-Bear 
Marsh Baptist Church; Tripp Foltz and Jeff Murray-Poston Baptist Church; 
Jim Corbett, Mary Ann Tyndall, and Roy and Judy Cartrette- Brown Baptist 
Church; Seth and Phyllis Lewis and Cameron Lewis-Hickory Grove Baptist 
Church, Bladen Association. 

What an honor to be part of a partnership to share God's Word. Each 
day we witnessed children walk one to four miles, regardless of weather 
conditions, to attend Vacation Bible School with us. It soon became apparent 
how they hungered for knowledge of our Lord and Savior. Most were willing 
to attend, to trust, and to believe even with the threat of being expelled from 
their homes by families who embraced other religious beliefs. 

Despite all this, many seeds were planted. Our work, however, is not yet 
done. We now must pray that God will bless and nurture each seed until it 
sprouts and bears fruit for His name's sake. 

From our resident missionaries, Robert and Linda Plummer, Pastor 
Shudase Bridgelal, and the children of Trinidad, thanks for everything and our 
hats off for a job well done. Our prayer remains that God will bless each of 
you!! 

A View from Vernon, AL 

What Happens when a Mission Team WorksAn the EBA 

Ask six teenagers from First Baptist Church Vernon, AL what Christo te 
ama" means and they will respond enthusiastically "Jesus loves you!" The 
group spent a week in Eastern Baptist Association working with Hispanic 
children. 

The mission team held Backyard Bible Clubs for the children four 
mornings during the week of July 1-8. Youth members of the team led each 
of the activities including Bible stories, crafts, and puppet shows. 

During the afternoons, the team visited a nursing home and two homes 
for developmental^ disabled adults. There the youth led puppet shows, "silly" 
activity songs, sang solos, and told Bible stories. 

In the evenings, the team sorted clothes for the EBA clothes closet, led 
in worship at First Baptist, Clinton, and participated in worship at Mision 
Bautista Maranatha. Pastor Pedro Bueno helped much of the week, 
translating Bible stories for the Spanish speaking children at the Backyard 
Bible Clubs. 

All ten members of the team grew more excited as the week progressed. 
Not only did they come to understand their importance in helping to proclaim 
the gospel of Jesus Christ to our Hispanic neighbors, they also began to 
envision the folks in their home town in a different light. Being a missionary, 
even for a week, can open your eyes. 

"God taught me that no matter what language you speak, love and smiles 
are universal," observed Gavin Hatcher who is entering his junior year in high 



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school. 

Crystal Burnett, a 21 year-old chaperone, agreed. "No matter what 
barriers exist, God can work through them," she said. Despite the language 
barriers or the handicaps "they all seemed to get something out of it." 

The trip was a first-time experience for Crystal and she recommends 
mission trips to anyone considering the opportunity. "Definitely go if you get 
the chance. You will receive a bigger blessing than you could ever imagine." 

Gavin agreed. "Do it and don't think twice about anything standing in your 
way. If you do it, God will bless it." 

Brotherhood 

WHAT A YEAR! Dennis, Floyd, flooding where it was not supposed to 
be, families moved out having lost everything, displaced for months, their 
homes torn down. Some are replaced and some still need volunteers for 
repairs so they can move back "home." 

But, out of everything bad, some good will come, with trust in the Lord and 
love of Him. Barriers broken down with love and concern for our neighbors. 
Feeding the masses of volunteers along with displaced neighbors was first 
needed after getting them safe to higher ground and helping to salvage all that 
could be salvaged. Then came the mud-outs, tear-outs, spray downs, drying 
out, coordination of men and women ready to help lift the spirits of these loved 
ones and rebuild with donated materials and volunteer labor from as far off as 
Maryland. 

On November 9, Brotherhood (Men's Ministry) held a meeting at Dobson 
Chapel Church and made a commitment to get a Disaster Recovery Trailer 
and equip it as soon as donated funds came in. Committee members Mack 
Musselwhite (Chairman), Mark Best, and Roy Vestal began meeting, 
discussing and obtaining prices for this undertaking. As of September 10, 
2000 the trailer is in and a total of $9,789.00 has been contributed. A "Tool 
Shower" has been suggested in which churches may make contributions to 
buy certain tools. The committee is carefully monitoring the industrial quality 
of the tools so they will be satisfactory for disaster recovery and a "handy-man" 
ministry. 

We have had a very productive year in missions and mission-related work. 
Rallies and training at Dobson Chapel, Warsaw, FBC Mount Olive, and the 
most rewarding-our first every Disaster Relief and Recovery training held at 
FBC Clinton which had an enrollment of 70 from our association and 73 others 
from Region 3. With these volunteers registered with NC Baptist Men Disaster 
Relief and Recovery, we needed special coordinators. We how have them: 
Helen Register as Disaster Relief coordinator and Roy Vestal as Disaster 
Recovery coordinator. If either of these coordinators calls you, please be 
open and flexible to the schedule. 

I want to thank each and everyone of you and your churches, who have 
made this a good and glorious year for our Lord. I especially thank Donna 
Landes, for all she has done over and beyond the expected. Let us have 
another good year in His name as we learn to LOVE HIM MORE AND MORE. 

Respectfully Submitted with Love, 
H. L. Sanderson, Brotherhood Director 

Woman's Missionary Union 

Eastern Baptist Association WMU Leadership Team has once again been 
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This past year has been challenging and very rewarding. We had over 70 
ladies present for our Baptist Day of Prayer. We shared with the ladies in 
prison through the NC Prison Ministry. Some of our ladies - and they know 
who they are - went almost daily to the clothes closet and cleaned up. We 
were challenged at our January Prayer Retreat to BE JOYFUL in all things! 
In March we were challenged to look, not only good on the outside, but also 
on the inside. We had over 200 ladies at Fort Caswell for the WMU prayer 
retreat. Talk about a time of fellowship. We had it! 

Our mission activities included: 1 . An appreciation dinner for the workers 
in the domestic violence shelter in the three counties in which we have 
churches. We appreciate so much the ladies of the EBA who fixed the great 
food. We appreciate Donna Astle coming and sharing with us how we each 
really need to look around us, see the need, and do something about it! 2. We 
also held showers and received gifts which were given to the families who lost 
so much during the floods. 3. We had an appreciation luncheon for our 
pastors. WMU prepared desserts and the Brotherhood cooked the chicken. 
It was great to entertain our pastors! 4. We continued support for the WMU 
Campaign which enables the renovations to Camp Mundo Vista, provides for 
the Endowment Fund, and supports the Christian Women's Job Corps. 

Our 91 st Annual Session was held at Poston Baptist Church. Our guest 
speakers were Lallie Rangel and Dan Sellers. Both of these people are giving 
to us as a gift from our Lord! They encouraged us with the deep love for our 
Lord and their committed service to HIM. Oh, if we could all be so dedicated. 

YES! We have been TRANSFORMED! Let us continue this magical 
transformation this coming year. Please continue to support your WMU 
Leadership Team. There are many new faces on the team this year and they 
need our support. Place their names on your refrigerator, your calendar, and 
your mind, then pray for them every day. We are yet to have even more 
challenges and rewards with these folks on board! 

For all your support - THANKS! Each of you has been a blessing! ! \And 
remember: 7 can do all things through Christ which strengthens me." 
Philippians 4:13. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Donna Landes 

WMU - 91 st Annual Session 

WMU Director Donna Landes, presiding. 

Pianists: Andrea Raynor, Beulaville: Wanda Atkinson, Poston 

The afternoon session began at five o'clock with congregational singing of 
"We Are Called to Be God's People." Poston Associate Pastor Trip[p Foltz led 
the invocation. Poston WMU Director julia Huestess welcomed the assembly. 
Business 

► Minutes of the 90 th Session were read and approved. 

► Ann Byrd invited the 92 nd Annual Session to Bear Marsh in April, 2001 . 
Carolyn Drew presented the "WMU Woman of the Year" award to a 

surprised and absolutely stunned Lucille Yancey. Lucille later commented that 
the recognition was really for her late GA leader, Mrs. Alvis Clack. Mrs. Dot Carr 
said Mrs. Clack would be proud of her "little GA." 

EBA Director of Missions Robert Bailey spoke in response to the theme 
"Transformed" as it relates to WMU-what it means and how it is needed. 

Alma Stoddard "signed" while Rhonda Lucas sang "He Still Speaks." 

Elizabeth Gordon introduced Laly Rangel, wife of Hispanic pastor, Vicente, 
who spoke about being "Transformed in Hispanic Missions." Mrs. Rangel and 
her husband moved to this association in 1989 when he became pastor of 



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Mission Bautista Monte Olivo. The mission has grown under their leadership to 
117 members. She expressed the church's prayer need for additional building 
space for effective ministry to the many children in the area. 

Brenda Matthis led a prayer of appreciation for Laly Rangel as on of God's 
"joyful servants" and table grace for the meal to follow. 

7:00 p.m. - Reconvened 

After congregational singing of "Have Thine Own Way, Lord" Helen Register and 
Susan Joyner led Prayer Patterns, calling names of missionaries with April 20 
birthdays. 

Business 

► Election and installation of officers. 

► The $267 offering was designated for flood victim recovery in the Chinquapin 
area. 

Featured speaker Rev. Dan Sellers relayed a history of happenings during 
Hurricane Floyd flooding and the ensuing recovery. Rev. Sellers has been a 
catalyst in directing relief and recovery for storm victims in his community. 

The session adjourned with a challenge in music, "Go Light Your Candle," 
presented by Donna Landes and Rhonda Lucas. 

Associational Bible Teaching-Reaching (Sunday School) 
Annual Report - 1999-2000 

During the 1939-2000 Associational year, the Associational Consultant 
Team of the Eastern Baptist Association assisted churches in improving their 
Bible teaching-reaching ministry by: 

1 . Providing an Associational Winter Bible Study for Adults in January with 
Dr. Vann Murrell, pastor of Brookwood Baptist Church in Jacksonville as 
teacher. 

2. Providing a Vacation Bible School Early Bird Clinic for VBS Directors 
and Pastors in March. 

3. Providing an Associational Vacation Bible School Clinic in April. 

4. Providing a Literature Interpretation Conference for all Sunday School 
leaders / teachers in May. 

5. Providing a Beginning a New Sunday School Year Conference for all 
Sunday School !eaders/teachers in August. 

6. Providing on-site specializing training conferences for (2) churches. 

7. Providing personal consultation to two (2) churches, 

8. Sending members of the ACTeam to various training conferences 
through out the year in order to increase their knowledge and skills in the 
Bible teaching-reaching ministry of the church. 

A special word of thanks goes to each member of the ACTeam. These 
folks serve out of dedication to Christ and His church and the desire to help the 
churches in our association do their best at reaching people for life-changing 
Bible study. 

The Eastern Baptist Association should be proud in knowing that its 
ACTeam is recognized as one of the best in the Baptist State Convention. 
Several of our Team members are used regularly by the Bible Teaching- 
Reaching Team of the Baptist State Convention to lead state-sponsored 
training events. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gene Lakey 
ACTeam Director 



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SCHEDULE OF MEETING PLACES OF EASTERN ASSOCIATION 



2001 

1 st Day *Clinton 
2 nd Day *Beulaville 

2002 

1 st Day Mt. 01ive,First 

2 nd Day *Mt. Gilead (Union Grove) 

2003 

1 st Day *Siloam (Evergreen) 
2 nd Day Turkey 

2004 

1 st Day *Piney Grove (Mt. Vernon) 
2 nd Day * Sharon (Shiloh) 

2005 

1 st Day *Rowan (White Oak) 
2 nd Day *Poston 

Wells Chapel 



2006 

1 st Day * Warsaw (Calvary) 
2 nd Day *Kenansville (Alum Springs 
& Peace) 

2007 

1 st Day Johnson (*Magnolia) 
2 nd Day Concord (Serenity & Garner's 
Chapel) 

2008 

1 st Day Rose Hill 

2 nd Day *Immanuel (Hickory Grove) 
2009 

1 st Day *Faison (Calypso & Poplar 
Grove) 

2 nd Day *Garland (Ingold & Center) 
2010 

1 st Day *Island Creek (Dobson Chapel) 
2 nd Day *Grove Park (Brown) 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Church Contributions to Associational Missions 



CHURCH j 


1998 j 


1999 j 


*2000 


Albertson ; 


$1,431.88 j 


$913.82 j 


1,049.17 


Alum Springs j 


$1,200.00 ; 


$1,200.00 j 


925.00 


Bear Marsh j 


$600.00 ; 


$600.00 j 


675.00 


Beulah j 


$871.60 j 


$1,467.26 j 


328.94 


Beulaville j 


$11,612.75 j 


$11,874.00 i 


8,928.00 


Brown j 


$486.86 ; 


300.00 j 


283.92 


Calvary j 


1, 674.90 


1,887.21 j 


1,873.35 


Calypso j 


1,020.00 


1,200.00 j 


900.00 


Center ; 


808.00 


712.28 ; 


-0- 


Clinton, FBC 


9,041.39 


8,960.81 ; 


9,635.20 


Mision Maranatha 


281.54 


484.66 ' 


479.38 


Concord 


1,786.91 


1,316.17 


2,043.21 


Corinth 


4,850.93 


62,57.58 


3,762.87 


Dobson Chapel 


3,085.62 


2,981.23 


2,520.00 


Mision Emanuel 


225.00 


-0- 


-0- 


Evergreen 


1,500.00 


j 1,000.00 


2,254.08 



49 



; Faison 


2,237.61 


2,548.66 


1,946.05 


j Garland 


4,466.49 


3,768.62 


3,542.00 


; Garner's Chapel 


800.00 


800.00 


800.00 


j Grove Park 


5,688.24 


5,895.45 


4,992.56 


; Hickory Grove 


1,100.00 


1,100.00 


550.00 


j Immanuel 


2,499.96 


3,127.48 


2.562.04 


i Ingold 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


-0- 


j Island Creek 


1,200.00 


1,352.38 


1,350.00 


j Johnson 


2,238.96 


1,724.23 


.1916.44 


j Kenansville 


10,421.27 


11,781.78 


10,956.00 


j Magnolia 


1,138.24 


1,203.42 ; 


1,053.06 


j Mount Gilead 


4,787.00 


3,402.00 ; 


4,941.00 


j Mount Olive, FBC ; 


9,770.53 


9,959.55 j 


6.697.20 


j Mision Monte Ohvo ; 


3,922.78 


2,409.50 j 


3,000.27 


j Mount Vernon 


5,452.19 


5,312.92 j 


2,895.66 


j New Hope j 


1,150.00 


1,150.00 j 


1,150.00 


i Peace \ 


795.82 


945.55 j 


635.46 


j Piney Grove j 


2,000.00 


2,625.00 j 


3,875.00 


i Poplar Grove ; 


800.00 


125.00 j 


225.00 


: Poston i 


4,993.64 


4,799.44 j 


4,965.76 


j Rose Hill ; 


3,000.00 


2,000.00 j 


1,000.00 


j Rowan ; 


2,520.00 


2,898.00 j 


2,205.00 


j Serenity j 


282.00 


423.00 j 


-0- 


i Sharon '■ 


3,095.00 


3.323.00 j 


2,492.25 


i Shiloh ; 


3,563.06 


3,989.05 j 


4,009.65 


j Siloam j 


2,000.00 


2,200.00 j 


2,400.00 


j Teachey 


2,666.65 


3,000.00 i 


2,000.00 


j Turkey 


2,588.57 


2,186.71 j 


1,742.78 


j Union Grove 


756.00 


825.00 | 


835.00 


; Warsaw 


6,287.06 


7,473.65 j 


5,423.55 


; Mision Getsemani 


1,253.35 


1,088.49 j 


540.19 


j Wells Chapel 


3,462.36 


4,115.34 j 


3,412.16 


j White Oak 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 : 


-0- 


j Totals 


$139,914.16 


$141,208.24 i 


$119,772.20 



*Nine months ending September 30,2000 

50 



DENNING, ROUSE & PETERSON, P. A. 

Certified Public Accountants 
Clinton, North Carolina 28328 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



We have compiled the accompanying statements of assets, liabilities, 
and net assets - cash basis of EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION (a nonprofit 
organization) as of September 30, 2000, and the related statements of 
support and expenses by funds and expenses by function - cash basis for 
the three months and nine months ended September 30, 2000, and the 
accompanying supplementary information in schedules I through XII, 
which is presented only for supplementary analysis purposes in 
accordance with Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review 
Services issued by the American Institute of Certified Public 
Accountants. The financial statements have been prepared on the cash 
basis on accounting, which is a comprehensive basis of accounting other 
than generally accepted accounting principles. All information 
included in these financial statements is the representation of the 
management of the Eastern Baptist Association. 

A compilation is limited to presenting in the form of financial state- 
ments and supplementary schedules information that is the 
representation of management. We have not audited or reviewed the 
accompanying financial statements and supplementary schedules and, 
accordingly, do not express an opinion or any other form of assurance 
on them. 

Management has elected to omit substantially all of the disclosures and 
the statement of cash flows ordinarily included in financial statements 
prepared on the cash basis of accounting. If the omitted disclosures 
were included in the financial statements, they might influence the 
user's conclusions about the organization's assets, liabilities, net 
assets, revenues, and expenses. Accordingly, these financial 
statements are not designed for those who are not informed about such 
matters . 

We are not independent with respect to the above captioned 
organization. 



Denning, Rouse & Peterson, P. A., C.P.A.'s 



December 21, 2000 



51 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Assets 
Cash Basis 



ALL FUNDS 

As of September 30, 2000 



Assets 



Current Assets: 
Cash 
Saving 
Investments 



$ 44,784.07 
12,391.42 
76,872. 98 



Total Current Assets 



Liabilities and Net Assets 

Current Liabilities: 

Payroll Taxes Payable 950.05 

Total Current Liabilities 



Net Assets: 

Unrestricted 103,065.17 

Current Year Unrestricted (1,708.56) 

Temporarily Restricted 41,630.47 

Current Year Temporarily Restricted (9, 888.66 ) 
Total Net Assets 

Total Liabilities and Net Assets 



$ 134,048.47 



950.05 



133,098.42 
$ 134,048.47 




See Accountants Complilation Report 



52 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Statement of Support and Expenses by Funds and 
Expenses by Function - Cash Basis 

ALL FUNDS 





For the 


Current 


For the 










3 Months Ended 


Period 


9 Months Ended 


Year-to-Oate 


Year-to-Date 


Remaining 




Sec. 30. 2000 


Budget 


Sep. 30. 2000 


Budget 


Variance 


Budget 


Support: 














General Fund 


$ 42,573.67 $ 


49,582.36 


$ 126,885.39 


$ 144,142.12 


$ 17,256.73 


S (144,142.12) 


Cooperative Funds 


1,876.00 


4,684.32 


7,446.99 


12,652.97 


5,205.98 


(12,652.97) 


Designated Funds 


10,159.41 


0.00 


32,327.52 


0.00 


(32,327.52) 


0.00 


Emeregency Funds 


200.00 


0.00 


26,158.59 


0.00 


(26,158.59) 


0.00 


Trust Funds 


855.82 


1.299.97 


2.176.87 


1.899.91 


(276.96) 


(1.899.91) 


Total Support 


55,664.90 


55,566.65 


194,995.36 


158,695.00 


(36,300.36) 


(158,695.00) 



Expenses (by function): 



General Fund 


48,577.94 


49,582.36 


128,593.95 


144,142.12 


15,548.17 


(144,142.12) 


Cooperative Funds 


2,078.55 


4,684.32 


7,196.99 


12,652.97 


5,455.98 


(12,652.97) 


Designated Funds 


20,769.91 


0.00 


44,372.16 


0.00 


(44,372.16) 


0.00 


Emergency Fuuds 


3,708.38 


0.00 


25,609.59 


0.00 


(25,609.59) 


0.00 


Trust Funds 


0.00 


1.299.97 


819.89 


1.899.91 


1.080.02 


(1.899.91) 


Total Expenses 


75,134.78 


55,566.65 


206,592.58 


158,695.00 


(47,897.58) 


(158,695.00) 


Net Increase (Decrease) 














in Net Assets 


$ (19.469.88) $ 


0.00 i 


(11.597.22) 3 


0.00 S 


11.597.22 


$ 0.00 



Expenses (by type): 



Personnel 


25,531.32 


32,763.75 


81,715.71 


98,291.25 


16,575.54 


(98,291.25) 


Administrative 


7,831.08 


6,887.51 


22,550.24 


20,562.53 


(1,987.71) 


(20,562.53) 


Missions 


14,137.12 


6,530.01 


42,108.74 


19,590.03 


(22,518.71) 


(19,59(3.03) 


Church Development 


1,913.16 


4,011.27 


6,521.52 


12,033.81 


5,512.29 


(12,033.81) 


Designated 


20,769.91 


0.00 


44,444.76 


0.00 


(44,444.76) 


0.00 


Seasonal Farm Workers 


4,204.12 


3,936.65 


4,733.96 


5,905.00 


1,171.04 


(5,905.00) 


Trusts 


0.00 


1,299.97 


819.89 


1,899.91 


1,080.02 


(1,899.91) 


Miscellaneous 


748.07 


137.49 


3.697.76 


412.47 


(3.285.29) 


(412.47) 


Total Expenses 


75,134.78 


55,566.65 


206,592.58 


158,695.00 


(47,897.58) 


(158,695.00) 


Net Increase (Decrease) 














in Net Assets 


$ (19.469.88) $ 


0.00 $ 


(11.597.22) $ 


0.00 J 


. 11.597.22 


$ 0.00 



See Accountants Complilation Report 



53 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
CASH RECAP I TUAL AT I ON 

September 30, 2000 



Schedule XII 



Checking Account: 

General Fund 

Cooperative Funds: 

Cash-Coop Fd-Clinton Mission 
Cash-Coop Fd-Warsaw Mission 
Cash-Coop Fd-Rose Hill Mis. 
Total Cooperative Funds 

Designated Funds: 

Cash-Designated Fd-Sr. Adult 
Cash-Designed-Spanish Library 
Cash-Desig'd-Disaster Trailer 
Cash-Desig'd- Jesus Videos 
Cash-Desig'd Fd-Spanish Bible 
Cash-Designated Fd- Sunday Sch 
Cash-Designated Fd-Trindad 
Cash-Design' d-WMU Alaska Trip 
Cash-Design' d-WMU Special Fd 
Cash-Desing' d-WMU Campaign 
Designated Funds -General 
Total Designated Funds 

Emergency Funds: 
Cash-Hunger Fund 
Cash-Hurricane Benevolence Fd 
Total Emergency Funds 

Trust Funds: 

Cash-Trust-Coker (Emergency) 
Cash-Trust-Flake (Evangelism) 
Cash -Trust -Lamb (Youth) 
Cash-Trust -Murray (Scholar.) 
Cash-Trust-Rouse (Child/You.) 

Total Trust Funds 

Total Checking 

Saving Account: 

General Fund 

Designated Funds (Anglo-Mission) 
Total Savings 



100.00 
750.00 
250.00 



570.00 
1,000.00 
5,386.04 

425.00 

(66.03) 
1,970.63 
(279.00) 

(12.00) 
(282.50) 

151.00 



570.00 



1,299.75 
4,730.54 



1,732.69 
2,206.02 

349.40 
(458.30) 

843.32 



1,316.17 
11, 075.25 



$ 24,117.51 



1,100.00 



8,863.14 



6,030.29 



4,673.13 
44,784.07 



12,391.42 



Investments Account: 
General Fund-CD's 
General Fund-IJL 

Total Investments 

Total Cash: 



49,152.47 
27,720.51 



76,872.98 
$ 134,048.47 



See Accountants Complilation Report 



54 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION MISSION - MINISTRY BUDGET FOR 2001 
Anticipated Expenditures 
MISSIONS 2000 2001 

Language Missions 

Clinton - Maranatha has made significant strides toward $1 .200 $1 ,200 

becoming self-supporting but has also begun mission 

outreach in Hidden Valley. The mission needs this limited 

support from the EBA along with our continual prayers. ^ ^ 

Mt. Olive - Monte Olivo is our largest mission. With growth ^ >^ uu ^ >^ uu 

has come new needs for education space. This budget item 

will help continue outreach. 

Warsaw - Getsemani is still a toddler but is working toward qqq *q qqq 

more maturity. The church has taken significant responsibility * ' * ' 

for the clothes closet at the EBA office and is using this 
ministry to assist its own outreach. Through our Cooperative 
Agreement, the Baptist State Convention will provide $3,000 

of this amount, restricted to salary supplement. ^ nnn + a nnn 

Wallace-Rose Hill - Emanuel is a cooperative effort with $o,UUU $o,UUU 

Wilmington Association. The fledgling mission has been 

without a pastor for the past year but has been sustained by 

lay leadership and the efforts of other pastors. Our financial 

and prayer support is critical. Through our Cooperative 

Agreement, the Baptist State Convention will provide $3,000 

of this amount, restricted to salary supplement. $ - $6,000 

Delway - Vida Eterna is our newest mission and was officially 

adopted by Evergreen Church in January of this year. It has 

baptized nearly two dozen new believers since its beginning. 

The Executive Board voted in July to begin funding the new 

work. Through our Cooperative Agreement, the Baptist State 

Convention will provide $3,000 of this amount, restricted to 

salary supplement. ^ $ 

Hidden Valley - Centro Comunitario Bautista (Baptist $ " $2,000 

Community Center) in Hidden Valley near Magnolia is housed 

in a modular unit which will host Bible studies, worship, ESL 

classes, tutoring, etc. Maranatha and Kenansville have 

formed a partnership to assist in this new work. Each are 

matching the amount from the EBA. Funds will help pay lot 

rental, utilities, insurance, program supplies, etc. $6,000 $6,000 

New Work - Because the EBA had the foresight to place 

some funds in the 2000 budget, we were able to begin the 

new work in Hidden Valley. A layman is already exploring 

beginning a new work in the Faison area. This will simply 

allow us to assist any new work that the Lord may open to us. 

Seasonal Missions - Salaries $2,000 ^ qq^ ^ qq^ 

FICA 1 55 ' ' 

Travel 2,000 

Meals 800 

Housing 500 

Miscellaneous 450 
Every year we request a summer missionary to work with 
the EBA. We have been fortunate to have persons recently 
who can work well with our Hispanic missions. Through our 
Cooperative Agreement, the Baptist State Convention will 
provide $1,000 of this amount, restricted to salary 
supplement. 

TOTAL LANGUAGE MISSIONS $26,305 $34,30f 



55 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION MISSION - MINISTRY 
Anticipated Expenditures 



BUDGET 



FOR 2001 



$100 $500 



MISSION OUTREACH OTHER THAN LANGUAGE MISSIONS 2000 2001 

Hunger Fund - We provide some food through the EBA $100 $100 

food pantry to families in need. We have expanded our 
outreach through Getsemani. Other churches may use 
EBA access to the NC Food Bank to purchase low cost 
food. Most of our funding comes through designated gifts. 
Emergency Fund - The EBA may match the amount from 
one of our churches toward payment of utility bills, 
prescriptions, etc. Most funding comes through designated 
gifts. 

Literacy Ministries -This component has been inactive but $300 $300 

some literacy work is being done through the outreach at 
Hidden Valley. We should be prepared to continue our 
literacy work. 

Mentally Handicapped Ministries (Developmental $600 $600 

Disabilities) - The EBA has helped make it possible for 
several persons to attend the "Happiness Retreat" each year 
at Caraway. Workers also hold a Christmas party for these 
special citizens. 

Missions Development Training - Training members of $150 
the Mission Development Council will allowthem to transfer ^ " 

that training to our churches. 

Resort & Leisure Ministries - The I 40 rest area is a prime <tAin fcA^n 

location for a special outreach. We need to determine how 3>4oU $4oU 

to utilize this opportunity most effectively. 

Medical Dental Van - The medical dental van can be used $650 $650 

to help outreach in Hidden Valley or some other areas of 
the EBA. 

Deaf Mission, Poston - This provides for some training, a $1 ,000 $1 ,000 

Thanksgiving banquet, honorarium for speaker, and 
Together in Christ (TIC) scholarships. Through our 
Cooperative Agreement, the Baptist State Convention will 
provide $504 of this amount toward the TIC conference. 

Christian Social Ministries * $40 $ 

Chaplaincy Ministries * $125 $ 

Church Extension Ministries * $50 $ 

Interfaith Witness Ministries * $175 $ 

Multi-Housing Ministries * $200 $ 

Developing Missions - Some of the components of the $ - $615 

Mission Development Council are not active every year. 
This fund will provide seed money and flexibility to 
approach new mission opportunities that the Council or 
member churches may identify as well as reactivate old 
ones. This item replaces those marked with an * 

TOTAL NON-LANGUAGE MISSIONS $3,820 $4,345 

TOTAL DIRECT MISSIONS $30>1 25 $38,650 

56 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION MISSION - MINISTRY BUDGET FOR 2001 
Anticipated Expenditures 

CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 2000 2001 

Sunday School - Training seminars, honoraria, supplies, Winter Bible $3,050 $2,900 
study, VBS clinics, state conferences, media resources, and supplies are 
essential to a strong Sunday School. The ACTeam wants to help each 
church have a vibrant Bible study program. 

Discipleship Training- Every church needs to develop its leaders and $<| QOO $1 000 

strengthen discipleship. Training events and Bible Drill events enhance ' 

both. 

WMU - Multiple missions include Seasonal Farm Workers picnic, $4,100 $3,775 
literacy project, ethnic & language work. Other ministries include 
prayer retreat, annual meeting, literature, etc. 

Brotherhood - Men's rallies, leadership training for men and boys $2 170 $3 500 
programs, an inspirational meeting in conjunction with WMU, supplies, 
R A race awards, and expenses for our disaster recovery / handyman 
trailer will strengthen Brotherhood in the EBA and in each church. 

Music - Music has always been an important part of our faith. Our music $ 300 $ 420 
leaders have planned a music school for small churches, open for two 
leaders from each church. 

Evangelism - We have an annual evangelism rally either to reach some $ 5 qoo $5 000 
who are not believers or to train us to take more seriously the call to 
evangelism. Some funds come from the John Flake Evangelism trust. 

Media Library - The EBA obtains media resources that will be available $ 500 $ 500 
and useful to all our churches. 



Seminary Extension 



$ 50 $ 



Orientation $ 50 $ 

Leadership Training - Key leadership training of in conjunction with the $ 250 $ 300 
Baptist State Convention and resources for new pastors helps keep our ===== 
association informed and active. 

TOTAL CHURCH PROGRAMS $17,145 $17,395 

OTHER MINISTRIES 

Ministers Conferences -Our ministers meet regularly for mutual edification $ 100 $ -irjO 
and informational programs. This modest budget provides support for 
incidental expenses. 

Ministers Wives Conferences - Support of the spouses of ministers is $ 50 $ 100 
as important as encouragement of the ministers. 

Annual Meeting - The annual meeting is the only time the whole EBA $ 500 $ 500 
family comes together for fellowship, information, and worship. 

Senior Adult Ministries- Our senior adults are vital to the outreach and $2 000 $2 000 

vitality of the EBA. This helps to provide support for the annual rally and 1 

picnic. 

Miscellaneous - $ 400 $ 400 

Elwyn Murrray Scholarship - The scholarship funds come from an $ 1 . 000 $1,000 

endowment in the name of Mr. Murray which provides very modest 

scholarships for college students. Applications are received in the spring. ===== 

TOTAL OTHER MINISTRIES $4,050 $4,100 

57 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION MISSION - MINISTRY BUDGET FOR 2001 
Anticipated Expenditures 

ADMINISTRATION 2000 2001 

Repairs - Good equipment and maintenance enables better $ qqq $ qqq 
efficiency. 

Supplies - This item will cover paper and general office supplies. $3 000 $1 500 

Printing - The primary printing cost is publication of the monthly $2 500 $2 500 
Eastern Light. 

Postage - Postage is one of the more expensive office needs. $2 700 $4 500 
We began to mail the Eastern Light throughout the EBA. This is 
the most efficient way to keep us all informed about our mission 
together. 

Telephone - We have added an 800 number and cell phones for $3 qoO $3 000 
the ministerial staff to maintain lines of communication. 

Equipment Purchases - We need to purchase of a computer for the $5 qoo $5 000 

Missions Ministries Director and a projector for computer or video 

projection. The current video projector is the most borrowed item we 

have and often we turn down two persons for every one who can use 

it. 

Equipment Lease & Maintenance -A temperamental copier was $4000 $4 000 
replaced last year with a digital copier. The cost covers the 
equipment & maintenance. 

$1,600 $1,600 

Accounting & Legal Fees 

Association Minutes - 300 copies of the annual are distributed to $1 500 $1 500 

member churches. The books contains information on our 

missions and ministries, association and church officers, program, 

and committee leaders, and a digest of data from each of our 

churches. 

Building & Grounds Maintenance - Building repairs, cleaning, $3 qoo $4,000 
lawn care, and insurance coverage are provided by this item. 

Sales Tax - Careful accounting enables us to recoup most sales $ 500 $ 500 
tax paid. 

Clerk Supplies - The clerk maintains the record of the annual $ 50 $ 250 
meeting and other meetings during the year, often using his own 
equipment. This is a reimbursement item. 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE $27,450 $28,950 

PERSONNEL 2000 2001 Administrative Asst. 

Salary(@ 18 hours per $16,000 $16,800 
DOM Salary $24,510 $25,870 week) 

.. Mn Co | nm DOM Housing $16,100 $17,600 

SecL'r 'Talary (@ $23 '°°° $23 '°°° MMD Housing S 9,500 $9,500 

35 hours per week) $ 8,560 $15,470 DOM Annuity $ 6,000 $7,500 

58 



EASTERN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION MISSION - MINISTRY BUDGET FOR 2001 
Anticipated Expenditures 

$ 3,000 $ 3,000 MMD Insurance $ - 



MMD Annuity 

Secretary Annuity 

Social Security Offset 
DOM - 7.65% of 
compensation 

Social Security Offset 
MMD - 7.65% of 
compensation 

Social Security 
Secretary - 7.65% of 
compensation 

S. S. Administrative 
Assistant - 7.65% of 
compensation 

DOM Insurance 



$ 700 
$ 3,100 $3,650 

$ 2,470 $2,470 

$ 650 $1,185 

$ 1,215 $1,285 
$ 6,000 $6,500 



Secretary Insurance 

DOM Travel Reim- 
bursement (IRS rate) 

MMD Travel Reim- 
bursement (IRS rate) 

DOM Conference & 
Conventions 



MMD Conference 
Conventions 

DOM Educational 



Secretarial 
Conferences 

Christmas Bonuses 

Total Personnel 



$ - 
$2,220 



& $ 



$ 5,500 $5,500 
$ 3,500 $3,500 
$ 1,000 $1,000 
350 $ 350 



$ 500 $ 500 
$ 100$ 200 

$ gggj son 

$131,855 $148,590 



ANTICIPATED REVENUE 

Church Contributions 

Baptist State Convention - Cooperative Agreements 

Copier Fees 

Interest Revenue 

Churches - Special Gifts 

Individuals - Special Gifts 

Special Gifts - Evangelism 

Sales Tax Refund 

State Missions Offering % 

Herman Coker Trust Fund 

John Flake Trust Fund (Evangelism) 

Bill Lamb Trust Fund (Evangelism) 

Elwyn Murray Trust Fund (Education Scholarships) 

Jim & Joyce Camp Mission Trust Fund 

Rouse Trust Fund 

Eunice Newkirk Trust Fund (Senior Adult Ministries) 
TOTAL ANTICIPATED INCOME 

ESCROW AND DESIGNATED FUNDS 

Mount Olive Anglo Mission 

COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS (Bapt. State Co nvention) 

Missions Ministries Staff Salary 

Mount Olive - Monte Olivo 

Clinton - Maranatha 

Warsaw - Getsemani 

Wallace-Rose Hill - Emanuel 

Delway - Vida Eterna 

Summer Missionaries 

Summer Missions Programs 

Poston - Deaf Mission 

TOTAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FUNDS 



2000 
$180,571 
$ 16,404 
$ 150 
1,000 
2,000 
1,000 
5,000 
500 
1,800 
100 
1,000 
100 
1.000 



2001 
$205,031 
$ 19,004 
$ 150 
$ 1,000 
$ 2,000 
$ 1,000 
$ 5,000 
500 
1,800 
100 
1,000 
100 
1.000 



$210,625 $237,685 



$ 11,075 $11,075 



$ 


8,500 


$ 


8,500 


$ 


3,000 


$ 


3,000 


$ 


3,000 


$ 


3,000 


$ 


3,000 


$ 


3,000 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


400 


$ 




$ 


504 


$ 


504 


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